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As organizations deploy new tools to fight the spread of COVID-19 – including contact tracing apps, digital monitoring, home tests and vaccine appointment booking – US Democrats have introduced a bill seeking to set strong and enforceable privacy and data security rights for health information. Patient data fetches a handsome dollar on the dark web, […]

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Following nationwide elections, a new line-up of state lawmakers will be joining their veteran peers to dig into a host of cybersecurity issues during 2021. Since March, many, if not most, cybersecurity issues at the state level have been derailed so that legislators could grapple with the coronavirus’s overwhelming challenges. Most experts see cybersecurity matters […]

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The government of Finland is responding to a cybersecurity incident disclosed in October that left up to 40,000 Finns at risk of identity theft, fraud and extortion. The widely reported cyber-attack on psychotherapy center Vastaamo last month has convinced Finnish officials to usher in new legislation to “allow citizens to change their personal identity codes […]

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