1 day ago Millions of personal files exposed by insurance biz, serial web hacker strikes again, and more from infosec landThe Register View Synopsis+1
Your two-minute guide to all the other security news this week
Roundup It's a bumper three-day weekend in the US and UK, so we won't keep you long. Here's a rapid summary of information security news from the past week beyond what El Reg has already covered.…
22 hours ago Georgia Supreme Court Rules that State Has No Obligation to Protect Personal InformationSecurityWeek View Synopsis+1
Almost exactly one year after the stringent European General Data Protection Regulation came into effect (May 25, 2019), the Supreme Court of the state of Georgia has ruled (May 20, 2019) that the state government does not have an inherent obligation to protect citizens' personal information that it stores.
Tenable introduced the free Nessus Essentials product, and also discussed the wisdom of building apps in Electron, along with fixes for Spectre and Meltdown.
Serendipitous discovery unearths new threat for MySQL server owners.
A Moody's downgrade shows that poor security can have severe financial fallout.
1 day ago WannaCry Still Causing Tears 2 Years OnInfoRiskToday View Synopsis+1
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report assesses the legacy of WannaCry ransomware two years on. Also featured: the evolving role of healthcare CISOs; threat mitigation recommendations based on the 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.
A superseding indictment returned by a U.S. federal grand jury on Thursday charges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with 18 counts related to illegally obtaining and disclosing classified information.