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December 1, 2016  11:17 AM

Trump presidency raises questions for regulatory compliance

Christian Stafford Christian Stafford Profile: Christian Stafford
Compliance, cybersecurity, Data privacy, Drones, Hack, Hackers, privacy, Ransomware, regulatory compliance

The future of regulatory compliance is under scrutiny as President-elect Donald Trump's administration continues the transition process. Also in recent GRC news: Hackers demanded ransom after disabling San Francisco's transportation system, 'dronejacking' could become the next security issue and...

September 20, 2016  11:02 AM

Wells Fargo fires 5,300 employees for illegal sales practices

Christian Stafford Christian Stafford Profile: Christian Stafford
Data privacy, Data regulations, Election, emails, EU, Hack, Hackers

Wells Fargo has been fined $185 million and fired more than 5000 employees after the discovery of an illegal sales push that duped customers for years. Also in recent GRC news, U.S. businesses with European clients are unprepared for the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),...


June 25, 2015  4:04 PM

Hackers had access to U.S. government data for a year

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Data breach, Data protection, Government IT, Hackers, mobile app security, NSA, Password hack

The U.S. government data breach announced last week began a year ago, giving the perpetrators plenty of time to access federal employees' personal information, according to the NSA. Also in recent GRC news: A new bill would give Europeans the same data protection rights as American citizens, and a...


April 22, 2015  4:30 PM

Lawmakers race to pass cybersecurity bill; NSA wants front door into encrypted devices

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Data Encryption, Hackers, Health IT, Mobile encryption, NSA, NSA Data Collection

Much to the chagrin of privacy advocates, U.S. legislators have been pushing to pass a bill to improve cyberthreat intelligence sharing before discussing National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance reforms. In other recent news: Privacy proponents are also up in arms about an NSA proposal that...


January 20, 2015  7:04 PM

Website offers hackers for hire; Obama pushes new data privacy laws

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Asset management, CIO, cybersecurity, Cybersecurity legislation, Data privacy, Data protection, grc, Hackers, Identity theft, IT Governance, Privacy rights

Hackers may have found a way to commercialize their services as individuals begin to seek "hackers for hire" to carry out low-profile cyberintrusions. In other recent governance, risk and compliance (GRC) news, President Barack Obama has introduced proposals to strengthen companies' customer data...


January 7, 2015  7:52 PM

More U.S. firms look to hack back after Sony data breach

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
CIO, Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, Data breach, FBI, grc, Hackers, Network Intrusion, Sony, Threat intelligence, Two factor authentication

Business cybersecurity -- or the lack thereof -- continued to make headlines in the past few weeks as more U.S. private-sector firms consider counteroffensive tactics against attackers. Also in cybersecurity news, North Korea slammed new U.S. sanctions in response to the Sony hack, and a new report...


December 23, 2014  3:49 PM

Obama plans response against North Korea for Sony Pictures hack

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
backdoors, CIO, Cyberattacks, Cybercrime, cybersecurity, Hackers, Hacking, Information security, Microsoft, privacy, Sony

President Barack Obama declared that the U.S. government will respond to North Korea's actions after the FBI announced that the nation-state was behind last month's calamitous cyberattack against Sony Pictures. In other recent IT security and privacy news, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden introduced a bill...


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