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“Reasonable security” has been a requirement set by regulations such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and California’s AB 1950. Failure to meet the requirement could be the basis of a common tort legal cause of action called “negligence.” A “cause of action” is a reason you can sue someone, and a tort is […]

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Ransomware attacks have been increasing steadily for a few years, and operators gain confidence with every new strike. While cyber-experts burn the midnight oil coming up with solutions to thwart this dangerous form of malware, lawmakers in the U.S. state of Maryland are trying a shortcut – they aim to increase prison time for ransomware […]

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You know banks and related financial institutions are primary targets for cyberattacks and other security threats. In fact, notorious 20th-century bank robber Willie Sutton famously said he robbed banks “because that’s where the money is.” Times really haven’t changed much since then. Even as IT security is tightened, attackers are finding more innovative ways to […]

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