Cybersecurity

British Airways class action mostly settles

British Airways has settled the bulk of its high-profile GDPR data breach litigation – but lawyers for at least one group of claimants have vowed to keep fighting the case.

06 July 2021

Data breach roundup 5 July 2021

GDR rounds up recent major data breaches – featuring the Kaseya ransomware attack and companies such as LinkedIn, Alibaba and CVS.

05 July 2021

GDR dissects the UK data protection litigation market

Subscribers can now access an exclusive dataset compiled from the High Court of England and Wales, and a Special Report analysing key litigation trends.

01 July 2021

Facebook seeks at least $36m for ad fraud scheme

Facebook says four Vietnamese residents caused at least $36 million in damages by taking control of advertising and marketing agency employees’ accounts in order to run thousands of unauthorised ads.

30 June 2021

“No harm, no foul”: Twitter’s data breach over-reporting strategy

As focus on the risks of poor data security increases around the world, a senior Twitter lawyer has said the social media company’s strategy is to over-report data breaches to regulators.

25 June 2021

Europe proposes new cybersecurity network

The European Commission wants to build a new platform that connects organisations involved in cybersecurity, speeding up responses to threats and incidents.

25 June 2021

Biden threatens to void contracts from non-secure vendors

US president Joe Biden’s recent order on cybersecurity threatens to pull business from software vendors who don’t update their systems by next May – although some observers wonder how the government plans to execute on this threat, given how entrenched many companies are in the global supply chain.

24 June 2021

NY financial regulator ramping up cybersecurity enforcement

A top New York Department of Financial Services official has portended numerous enforcement actions stemming from the nascent Cybersecurity Regulations, saying that such matters now make up roughly 20% of his department’s caseload.

17 June 2021

Trade secrets at risk from cyber incidents

The risk of employee leaks, cyberattacks, and competitor theft has grown, underlining the importance of robust corporate trade secrets policies.

17 June 2021

US judge denies bid to put clamps on Clearview AI

The presence of two previously undisclosed offshore subsidiaries is not a sufficient reason to restrict facial recognition company Clearview AI from carrying out business in Illinois, a US federal district judge has ruled.

15 June 2021

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