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He’s a bad man and he’s running, but there’s nowhere to hide. From alley to alley, from camera to camera, his movements are live streamed to police HQ. The police cars are honing in, his geo-location pinpointed. Image recognition software scored a home run tonight – he was on “the list,” and now he’s off […]

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a broad set of regulations that dictate how a company handles the personal data of citizens within the European Union. Articles 33 and 34 of the GDPR outlines the requirements to notify both a supervisory authority and affected data subjects in the event of a data breach. While […]

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Ransomware has struck again in the medical sector, this time affecting ophthalmology practice Redwood Eye Care Center in California through a security incident at a third party, its EMR hosting vendor. Personal data of as many as 16,055 California residents may have been exposed. According to a breach notice sent by Redwood Eye Care Center […]

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