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Some Data Breach Victims Don’t Hear From the FBI Right Away

Many organizations are unaware of the intrusion in their networks until the FBI comes calling. An Inspector General audit found that poor record keeping means some organizations don't hear from the FBI, or hear too late to do anything about it.

Data Breaches, Government, Fbi, Incident Response

Attackers Move Quickly, Defenders Need to Keep Up

Enterprise defenders have a very narrow window of opportunity to detect a compromise before attackers spread out through the network and cause more damage. For nation-state attackers, that breakout time is a handful of hours.

Hacking, Data Breaches

Google Password Checkup Checks For Already Compromised Passwords

Google's Password Checkup Chrome extension tackles the big problem of password reuse by checking what passwords users are using against a database of compromised credentials.

Passwords, Google, Data Breaches

The Value of Valuing Data and Privacy

To help people understand the scope of the data breach and privacy problem, researchers are beginning to look at it through the lens of economics.

Privacy, Data Breaches

Criminals Stole SEC Filings in Insider Trading Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s civil complaint outlining the details of an international insider trading scheme is an object lesson in how cybercriminals can monetize _any_ information, not just customer records or intellectual property.

Data Breaches, Finance Security, Insiders