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“The law has a right to every man’s evidence.” The old saying means that when you are in possession of something that could be used as evidence, and you anticipate that you are going to be involved in a lawsuit that may have even a tangential relationship to that evidence, you have a duty to preserve […]
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that bloggers and the public have the same First Amendment protections as journalists when sued for defamation: If the issue is of public concern, plaintiffs have to prove negligence to win damages. via News from The Associated Press.
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- Possible Privacy Violations From New Corvettes Show Need For Legal Team to Include Privacy Experts
- No, the CFAA Does Not Require Taking Actions to Prevent the Hacking of Others
- Uncle Sam doesn’t have a clue on data privacy, cyber crime laws, and neither do we!
- Data Breach Judgment: Will Home Depot Be the One to “Get It”?
- 3 Steps the C-Suite Can Take to Strengthen Cyber Security
- 1-15 September 2014 Cyber Attacks Timeline September 29, 2014This month will be probably remembered for the Home Depot breach. Yet another one caused by the same POS malware family that hit Target, with a similar dramatic extension: unfortunately the retailer believes that 56 million of credit cards could have been compromised in this case. After such a similar gigantic breach there is not […]
- August 2014 Cyber Attacks Statistics September 8, 2014It’s time to aggregate the stats of the August Cyber Attacks Timelines (Part I and Part II). As usual, let us start from the Daily Trend of Attacks, which shows quite a heterogeneous trend with two peaks around the 18 and 21 August. Despite the summer, the overall level of attacks has been quite high […]
- 16-31 August 2014 Cyber Attacks Timeline September 1, 2014August is gone, and here we are with the list of the most noticeable cyber attacks occurred during the second half of the month (first part here). This period will be probably remembered for the massive cyber attack against Community Health Systems (4.5 million records compromised), the wave of coordinated attacks targeting JPMorgan Chase and […]
- 1-15 August 2014 Cyber Attacks Timeline August 19, 2014This month of August will be probably remembered for the massive cache of 1.2 million of password scooped up by the Russian gang Cyber Vor, undoubtedly the most important event that overshadowed all the other activity recorded in these dog days. Besides this remarkable fact, the Cyber Crime chronicles report, among others, an unprecedented attack […]
- July 2014 Cyber Attacks Statistics August 11, 2014It’s time to aggregate the data of the timelines of July (Part II and Part II) into (hopefully) meaning stats. Before drilling down into the numbers, a recommendation is necessary: I will never give up repeating that these stats are necessarily an approximation since the sample is very heterogeneous, and just like all approximations they […]
- 1-15 September 2014 Cyber Attacks Timeline September 29, 2014