The U.S. Justice Department has charged Ardit Ferizi, a Kosovo citizen, with fraud and identity theft, accusing him of continuing to commit various cybercrimes while he was behind bars and serving a 20-year prison sentence for aiding and assisting Islamic State terrorist groups.
Terabytes' worth of posts, images and videos from conservative social media site Parler have been forcibly obtained by security researchers who have archived the material for investigators in the wake of the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Information security and privacy professionals responsible for safeguarding personal information have been left in limbo as the U.K. exits the EU. But the transfer of Europeans' data from EU member nations to the U.K. can continue unimpeded for six months until the EU makes a final ruling on the issue.
Adam Turteltaub, chief engagement and strategy officer at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, says compliance teams should create a dashboard of data that will help keep track of actions taken by staff members who are working remotely.
From contact tracing to data transfer to the new California Privacy Rights Act, 2021 already is shaping up to be a big year for privacy. Trevor Hughes, CEO and president of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, offers a "state of privacy" overview.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the very latest information about the SolarWinds hack. Also featured are discussions of "zero trust" for the hybrid cloud environment and data privacy regulatory trends.
A U.K. court denied Julian Assange bail Wednesday as the U.S. Justice Department prepares to appeal a judge's ruling earlier this week rejecting its request to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to the U.S. to face criminal charges. Assange will remain in a high-security prison during the appeals process.
A SolarWinds shareholder has filed a lawsuit claiming the company included misleading statements - regarding the security of its products - in its filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
What compliance lessons can be learned from major fraud cases in 2020, including the Goldman Sachs bribery case, the Wirecard mass corruption case and the Novartis bribery case? A panel of experts offers in-depth analysis.
Lawmakers who participated in the bipartisan Cyberspace Solarium Commission applauded Congress' override of President Donald Trump's veto of the National Defense Authorization Act, pointing to its 77 cybersecurity provisions, including restoration of the position of national cyber director at the White House.
A British judge has denied a Justice Department request to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the U.S. to face criminal charges related to hacking government computers and then publishing classified information. U.S. prosecutors plan to appeal.
New regulatory provisions that allow healthcare systems to make donations of cybersecurity technology and services to physician practices could help greatly bolster security in the sector, says attorney Julie Kass of law firm Baker Donelson.
The attorneys general of 27 states have entered into a $2.4 million settlement with Sabre Corp. to resolve a lawsuit tied to a 2017 data breach that struck the company's Sabre Hospitality Solutions hotel booking system, compromising 1.3 million payment cards.
Ticketmaster has agreed to pay a $10 million criminal fine to resolve charges that the company illegally accessed an unnamed competitor's computer system on at least 20 separate occasions, using stolen passwords to conduct a cyber espionage operation.
As federal regulators intensify their focus on compliance with requirements to provide patients with access to their health information, healthcare organizations need to sort through a variety of emerging challenges, says health information management and privacy expert Rita Bowen.