Flawed Data Privacy Laws

Why Most Data Privacy Laws Are Deeply Flawed

Do you ever wonder where all your data goes?  New York Times technology reporter Kashmir Hill has tried to answer that question more than a few times, with mixed results. She shared her story in a keynote address to audience members participating in The Privacy + Security Academy’s Fall Forum.  In 2019, Hill exercised her…
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OCC And Capitol One

OCC Fines Capital One: Key Takeaways

Last year, Capital One experienced one of the largest-ever data breaches of a bank, when a hacker–Paige Thompson–got her hands on the personal information of over 106 million customers and applicants via a misconfigured AWS server. Now, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has hit the bank with a whopping $80 million…
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EasyJet Hack

Breaking Down the EasyJet Hack

Earlier this month, European budget airline EasyJet was hacked. In a “highly sophisticated attack,” 9 million customers had personal information, including email addresses and travel itineraries, compromised. And 2,208 customers had their credit card information stolen. The attack has left many customers “in limbo”, with many questioning how a company that claimed to comply with…
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