Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Breach update, "US Secret Service reports an increase in hacked managed service providers (MSPs). US Secret Service says hackers are breaching MSPs to orchestrate ransomware attacks, point-of-sale intrusions, and business email compromise (BEC) scams".
Update, "CCPA enforcement has begun: Here’s what to expect. The US’s California Consumer Privacy Act came into force in January this year, but enforcement against technology companies did not begin until this month".
Opinion, "Big Tech Companies Should Pay for Your Data, Says Andrew Yang. His new Data Dividend Project pushes for big tech users to receive a commission for generating data, and proposes legal guidelines that would be applicable throughout the country".
Insight, "In cannabis industry, profitability and data security go hand-in-hand. The business of legalized cannabis has cybersecurity and data privacy challenges unlike those confronting other industries".
Report, "The 10 Biggest Healthcare Data Breaches of 2020, So Far. Despite the COVID-19 crisis, phishing campaigns, mishandled health record disposals, and sophisticated cyberattacks are behind some of the biggest healthcare data breaches of 2020".
Report, "Majority of firms concerned about public cloud security, most have suffered breach. Some 96% of organisations are worried about the current state of their public cloud security, with 70% admitting they experienced a breach over the past year including 93% in India, which is the highest worldwide, 74% in Australia, and 71% in Singapore".
Insight, "Billions of account details sold online: five tips to protect yourself and your data From creating unique passwords to spotting scam calls, Which? explains how to protect yourself when your data has been breached"
Report, "Dutch DPA Releases 2019 Annual Report"
News, "A week from Thursday, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) will hand down a decision in a critical, Irish-originating case that could potentially upend – even, immediately halt – the way in which European and US businesses currently handle transatlantic data transfers".
*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.