Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Breach update, "Data breach at Canadian insurance firm exposes personal information".
News, "$185K Proposed Settlement Reached in Grays Harbor Data Breach Lawsuit. Grays Harbor Community Hospital and Harbor Medical Group was hit with a ransomware attack in June 2019, where hackers demanded a $1 million ransom; the proposal will settle claims of negligence".
Opinion, "Security Think Tank: AI cyber attacks will be a step-change for criminals. AI and machine learning techniques are said to hold great promise in security, enabling organisations to operate an IT predictive security stance and automate reactive measures when needed. Is this perception accurate, or is the importance of automation gravely overestimated?"
Breach update, "Dozens of US news sites hacked in WastedLocker ransomware attacks".
Update, "CMA calls on government to revamp regulations for tech giants. Competition regulator says current laws are not fit for purpose and wants a new, ‘pro-competition regulatory regime’ that the likes of Google and Facebook must abide by".
*These sites aren’t affiliated with GDPR Community and these aren’t an advertisement, they’re simply site’s we’ve thought the community might have an interest in reading.