The National Law Review

Disruptionware III: Protect Your Business from a Disruptionware Cyber Attack

Attackers use Disruptionware to literally disrupt the actual operations and production in manufacturing and industrial environments or to “achieve some other strategic goal.”

Washington D.C. Significantly Overhauls its Data Breach Notification Law

In late March, the Washington D.C. legislature amended its data breach notification law, with significant overhauls including the expansion of its definition of personal information.

FinCEN Publishes Advisory on Medical Scams Related to COVID-19 and Companion Notice with Filing Instructions for Financial Institutions

The advisory contains descriptions of COVID-19-related medical scams, case studies, red flags, and information on reporting suspicious activity.

The Evolution of COVID-19 Related Cyber Threats

Malicious actors continue to take advantage of system vulnerabilities to target remote working employees, and also infiltrate academic and healthcare firms helping fight the pandemic.

Beware: COVID-19 Cybersecurity Scams Are on the Rise

According to reports, hackers have impersonated the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NATO, and even UNICEF and other charitable organizations.

Litigation Case Claims Violation of CCPA Under Statutory Private Right of Action

The suit alleges that Sunshine, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility, violated CCPA when it suffered a data breach in September of 2019 and did not have appropriate security measures in place.

Defend Against Threats with Cyber Fusion

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