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Washington state legislature passes data breach law, punts on privacy law
on April 24, 2019 at 10:45 am
The Washington state legislature went one-for-two this month in its attempt to pass major data breach and privacy regulations. Yesterday, lawmakers unanimously passed HB 1071, which firms up and expands requirements for public breach notifications, but the state apparently has failed to approve a sweeping new state privacy law, SB 5367, after the House declined to pass it by an April 17 deadline. Under older law, businesses and government organizations only had to notify consumers of a breach if hackers acquired consumers’ names in combination with one of four forms of personally identifiable information: Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, state ID numbers or financial account information. “Data breaches are a serious threat to our privacy, and this law will arm consumers with information to protect their sensitive data.” The Washington Senate passed the legislation this week, after the House passed it back on March 1. On the other hand, SB 5376, aka the Washington Privacy Act, fizzled in the state’s House after the Senate passed the legislation with a 46-1 vote. […]
Flashpoint: Our site was not dishing malware
on April 24, 2019 at 10:30 am
City of Stuart Still Recovering from Ryuk Ransomware Attack
on April 24, 2019 at 10:15 am
City of Stuart Still Recovering from Ryuk Ransomware Attack Officials are investigating an April 13 ransomware attack that targeted Stuart's city servers and forced it offline. A ransomware attack targeting the city of Stuart, Fla., is believed to have started with a phishing email, officials say. An investigation revealed it was the Ryuk strain of ransomware that targeted city machines and forced them offline. Given the infected machine is a desktop computer with no external connectivity, officials think a phishing email could have been the attack vector. So far, Stuart has restored servers for functions including payroll, utilities, and budgeting; however, city employees still don't have access to their email accounts. […]
EmCare suffered a data breach compromising personal information of 60,000 patients and employees
on April 24, 2019 at 10:00 am
EmCare suffered a data breach compromising personal information of 60,000 patients and employees. An unauthorized third-party gained access to Emcare employees’ email accounts which contained personal information of certain patients, employees, and contractors. The exposed personal information includes names, dates of birth, clinical information, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license numbers. […]
India witnessed 1.4 lakh account hacking attempts every hour in 2018
on April 24, 2019 at 9:30 am
Chethan Kumar In 2018, India reported about 1.4 lakh account takeover (ATO) login attempts every hour from people using stolen or generated username and password, a latest cyber security report has revealed. | TNN | Updated: Apr 24, 2019, 11:37 ISTAccording to a report by global firm Akamai, India was the second most preferred target destination after the USThe US saw more than 1,200 crore ATOs (account takeovers), while Canada, which was the third most preferred target country saw 102.5 crore ATOs(Representative image)BENGALURU: In 2018, India reported about 1.4 lakh account takeover (ATO) login attempts every hour from people using stolen or generated username and password, a latest cyber security report has revealed. According to the 2018 ‘Credential Stuffing: Attacks and Economies’ report by global firm Akamai, India was the second most preferred target destination after the US, recording more than 120.8 crore ATOs in just the one year. […]