Cyber Security News

March 2024

1.

DC Circ. Rejects Meta's Bid to Delay FTC Privacy Tweaks

2.

X Corp. Still Must Face Breach Suit Over 200M Users

3.

BofA Sued After FTC Imposter Steals $2M From Accounts

4.

4th Circ. Revives Data Breach Suit Against Medical Center

5.

Blackbaud Defeats 7 Insurers' Claims for Data Breach Costs


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6.

FCC Looks to Stamp Out Call Routing Security Breaches

7.

Dominion Wants County Sanctioned in Voting Machine Row

8.

Organizations Getting Better at Spotting Identity Fraud

9.

DOD Stands Up New Civilian-facing Cyber Policy Office

10.

Sam Altman's Worldcoin Faces More Scrutiny Over Data Privacy


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11.

How to Prepare for Eu's Nis2 and Dora: Cyber Security Shake-up

12.

Bankman-Fried Gets 25 Years for 'Very Bad Bet' Of FTX Fraud

13.

Healthcare Security Culture Steadily Improving, But Gaps Remain

14.

Sellafield to Be Prosecuted Over Alleged Cyber Compliance Failure

15.

HM Treasury Builds Out Its Data Science Team



16.

Counter-eavesdropping Agency Unlawfully Used Surveillance Powers to Identify Journalist's Source

17.

Security News From the Week Beginning 18 March 2024

18.

Sunak Promises 'Careful' Crackdown in Wake Of China Cyber Attacks

19.

Ruger Beats Some Claims Over Online Shop Data Breach

20.

Baby Food, 23andme Privacy, Ncaa: on Deck in JPML



21.

SEC Cyber Enforcement Top Concern for Compliance Pros

22.

MoFo Lands Goodwin Cyber Leaders for Privacy, Data Group

23.

Ransomware Gang Leaks Data Stolen From Scottish NHS Board

24.

Cyber Spies, Not Cyber Criminals, Behind Most Zero-day Exploitation

25.

Databricks Unveils Open Source Large Language Model: Generative AI


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26.

Some Banks Moving Too Slow to Address AI-powered Cyber Threats, Treasury Says

27.

HHS Offers Resource Guide to Providers Impacted By Change Healthcare Cyber Attack

28.

US and UK Accuse China Of Cyber Attacks on Politicians and Companies

29.

UK Politicians Should Use 'Disappearing Messages' on Devices, Says GCHQ

30.

Meta Can't Escape Suit Over Collection Of Taxpayers' Data

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