Musings about the Equifax Data Breach

This is intended to be an old-fashioned "blog" about thoughts on the Equifax data breach. It will be ongoing so please check back regularly. Topics Media interviews and commentary We are seeing shame hacking taken to a new level Will I lead a consumer class action lawsuit against Equifax? Lawsuits and investigations against Equifax What [...]

Incident Response – 3 Takeaways from the Equifax Breach

The SecureWorld News Team talked with Shawn Tuma about many of the lessons that can be learned from the Equifax data breach and winnowed it down to the following 3 takeaways that are discussed more thoroughly in the article: We need a uniform national breach notification law in the United States. When it comes to [...]

Key Points of Delaware’s New Data Breach Notification Law

Delaware recently amended its data breach notification law to include the following requirements:Expanded definition of "personal information" to include biometric data, medical information, passport numbers, routing numbers for accounts, individual taxpayer identification numbers and usernames in addition to the traditional forms of PII such as birth date and social security numbers.Notice to affected individuals within [...]

Complimentary SecureWorld Webinar – 2016 Breaches: Lessons Learned

You are welcome to attend a complimentary SecureWorld webinar with these featured presenters: Erich Kron, Security Awareness Advocate, KnowBe4 Aliki Liadis-Hall, Director of Compliance, North American Bancard Craig Spiezle, Executive Director & President, Online Trust Alliance Shawn Tuma, Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Partner, Scheef & Stone, LLP The webinar qualifies for CPE Credits, and will take place [...]

Yahoo Data Breach: US Senators Demand Answers – Still Think You Don’t Have to Disclose and Notify?

There is a grave and unfortunate misperception among many business leaders who believe that when their company has had a data breach, going through a response and notification of affected individuals is optional. To the educated readers of this blog, this sounds shocking. Sadly, it is something I see on a regular basis. What is worse [...]