Cyber Security News

April 2024

1.

Hackers Use Developing Countries as Testing Ground for New Ransomware Attacks

2.

AGs Urged to Probe Anti-Abortion Centers' Privacy Claims

3.

3 More Charged in Iranian Hacks Of Treasury, State Depts

4.

Colo. Neural Privacy Law Has Attys Scratching Their Heads

5.

Wi-fi 6e to Drive Connectivity Revolution in Infinite Enterprise: Extreme Connect 2024



6.

Vodafone Business Aims to Help SMEs Boost Productivity and Security

7.

Ransomware Still on Rise Despite Better Defenses, Firm Says

8.

HHS Finalizes Rule Bolstering Abortion Privacy Protections

9.

GM, Others Sued for Sharing Driver Data with Insurers

10.

EU Threatens to Suspend 'Addictive' TikTok App Features



11.

Ex-Law Dept. Employee Cops to Workers' Comp Check Thefts

12.

Fujifilm Plans to 'Make Tape Easy' with Kangaroo SME Appliance

13.

Digital Edge Punching Above Its Weight in Asia Datacenter Market

14.

CISA to Issue List Of Software Products Critical to Agency Security By End Of September

15.

Senate Renews Power to Spy on Foreigners Without Warrants


What's the worst that could happen?
(Hint: Your trade secrets could be stolen...)


16.

Power to Spy Without Warrants Renewed for 2 Years

17.

Edelson Pitches 'Better Way' to Pick Leads in Privacy Suits

18.

Northshore Health Worker Drops Genetic Info Privacy Claims

19.

Report Reveals Northern Ireland Police Put Up to 18 Journalists and Lawyers Under Surveillance

20.

UnitedHealth Says Recent Ransomware Attack Cost $872m



21.

FCC Probing Causes Of 911 Outage Across Four States

22.

3rd Circ. Unclear If 'Session Replay' Web Code Directed at Pa

23.

Patient Data Breach Suit Should Be Tossed, Colo. Judge Says

24.

Feds Seek Prison for Threats to China Democracy Activist

25.

International Police Operation Infiltrates LabHost Phishing Website Used By Thousands Of Criminals



26.

CSA Warns Of Emerging Security Risks with Cloud and AI

27.

Lords to Challenge Controversial DWP Benefits Bank Account Surveillance Powers

28.

Gov.uk One Login Accounts on the Rise

29.

House Passes Bill Barring Spy Agencies, Law Enforcement From Buying Americans' Personal Data

30.

Extreme Cyber Attacks Could Cause Bank Runs, IMF Warns

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