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Imperva Discloses Data Breach, Theft of Customer API Keys

Security firm Imperva says that API keys and SSL certificates for some of its Cloud WAF customers were exposed in a data breach.

Data Breaches

Georgia Supreme Court Considers When Data Breach Victims Can Sue

The Georgia Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether data breach victims have to wait for actual fraud or theft to happen before they can sue to recover the costs spent protecting themselves after a data breach.

Data Breaches, Legal, Government

Nation-State Attacks Target Medical Research

It’s not just individual healthcare records or personal information. Espionage groups with Chinese ties are targeting cutting-edge medical research, especially cancer research, FireEye said.

Medical Data, Data Breaches, Medical Identity Theft

Capital One Breach Does Not Mean the Cloud is Insecure

Financial services organizations and many other enterprises have hesitated to go all in the cloud, citing concerns about depending on a third-party to protect the data, and the Capital One breach may encapsulate their fears. But the fact is, the cloud provides security benefits, so long as proper controls are put in place.

Cloud, Data Breaches

Capital One Breach Highlights Challenges of Insider Threats

The breach of Capital One data on Amazon Web Services is a insider threat story. Defending from malicious insiders is a different ballgame than from outsiders.

Insider Threat, Data Breaches