Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Breach update, "Dating Apps Exposed 845 GB of Explicit Photos, Chats, and More. 3somes, Gay Daddy Bear, and Herpes Dating are among the nine services that leaked the data of hundreds of thousands of users".
Breach update, "‘Extremely unfortunate data breach’ at Cambridge University clinical school affects over 300 students. The accidental breach, which exposed some students’ reasons for intermission and their disabilities, will be reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office".
Update, "data protection NGO is calling on the European Commission to block Google's planned acquisition of Fitbit, arguing the technology giant doesn't have a "clean record" with the handling of sensitive personal information. Google formally notified the Commission of its plan to acquire Fitbit, a wearable technology company in the health and fitness sector, on Monday. The deal is valued at approximately $2.1 billion (€1.8 billion)".
Breach update, "Foodora Data Breach Impacts 727,000 Customers Across 14 Countries"
Breach update, "CIA's 'woefully lax' security allowed the 'Vault 7' data breach"
Insightful post, "Because IT security and the C-suite are misaligned, digital transformation increases cyber risk. While digital transformation is understood to be critical, its rapid adoption, as seen with cloud providers, IoT and shadow IT, is creating significant cyber risk for most organizations. Today, these vulnerabilities are only exacerbated by misalignment between IT security professionals and the C-suite".
Report and infographics, "Coronavirus and the latest indicators for the UK economy and society: 18 June 2020 Early experimental data on the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the UK economy and society. These faster indicators are created using rapid response surveys, novel data sources and experimental methods".
Interesting post, "With Remote Working, Legal Departments May Be Addressing Cybersecurity on Multiple Fronts. The prevalence of remote working could be changing the way that some corporate legal departments and their organizations think about cybersecurity, but that also means reevaluating privacy and data protection risks as well".
News, "Indo-China border clash leads to heightened fears around cybersecurity. "There will be increased state surveillance and monitoring. One can expect digital and cybersecurity breaches which typically happen after such incidents. One has to be prepared for huge breaches or cybersecurity threats on critical networks as well,” said Pavan Duggal, a Supreme Court advocate and cyber law expert".
*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.