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A decision by the UK Court of Appeal to allow a claim for contravention of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to be served against U.S. defendants has raised questions over the territorial limits of the regulations. The case emphasizes the broad geographic applicability of both the EU GDPR and the UK GDPR and the interpretations that exist. The UK Court of Appeal...

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Organizations dealing with insider threats spent $15.4 million on average during 2021, a 34% increase from 2020, and required 85 days to contain each incident, according to a survey of 1,000 information technology and security professionals released on Jan. 25. The survey, conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by enterprise security firm Proofpoint, documented 6,803 total insider incidents, including those caused by negligent employees, malicious...

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A gang of cybercriminals known for breaking into computer systems and selling access to them has been discovered exploiting an Apache Log4j vulnerability, Log4Shell, in  unpatched VMware Horizon to plant cryptominers and backdoors on targeted systems. In a blog published Wednesday, Blackberry' researchers Ryan Gibson, Codi Starks and Will Ikard revealed that Prophet Spider was behind the attacks, which could be reliably detected by monitoring ws_TomcatService.exe,...

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Think your email may have been hacked? Here are the signs to look for, how account takeover attacks commonly occur, and how to recover your account and avoid falling victim again. Email has been with us for decades. And while social media and mobile messaging apps are increasingly popular, it remains the mainstay of our personal and professional communications. There are an estimated 4.1 billion email...

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Latest analysis into the wiper malware that targeted dozens of Ukrainian agencies earlier this month has revealed "strategic similarities" to NotPetya malware that was unleashed against the country's infrastructure and elsewhere in 2017. The malware, dubbed WhisperGate, was discovered by Microsoft last week, which said it observed the destructive cyber campaign targeting government, non-profit, and information technology entities in the nation, attributing the intrusions to an...

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