Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Breach Update, "Capital One bank is fined $80million for 'significant data breach' that compromised the personal information of 106million credit card holders and applicants in 2019. Capital One Financial Corp has been fined $80million by a top banking regulator for a hack last year, it was announced Thursday. The hack took place when the bank transferred information-technology operations to the public cloud in March 2019. In the hack, the personal information of 106million credit card holders and applicants was compromised. 'In the year since the incident, we have invested significant additional resources into further strengthening our cyber defenses,' Capital One said in a statement".
Breach Update, "British Dental Association members targeted by hackers".
Breach Update, "Online Exam Tool Suffers Data Breach".
Legal Update, "Footballers to take legal action over use of performance and tracking data. Planned lawsuit will argue that the use of players’ statistics by third-party companies is incompatible with footballers’ data rights".
Opinion, "Fixing the Biggest IoT Issue — Data Security".
Opinion, "Australia updates cyber security strategy but offers little new. The nation’s latest cyber security strategy includes centralised management of networks and a voluntary code of practice for deploying internet-connected devices, among other areas".
*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.