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New York law firm gets fined $200k for failing to protect health data

A New York law firm has agreed to pay $200,000 in penalties to the state because it failed to protect the private and electronic health information of approximately 114,000 …

Anthem ready to pay $115 million to settle data breach lawsuit

US health insurer Anthem has agreed to pay $115 million to settle a class-action suit mounted in the wake of the massive data breach it suffered in late 2014/early 2015. The …

New sheriffs in town: No More Ransom

A couple of months ago, Intel Security, Kaspersky Lab, Dutch National Police and Europol announced the No More Ransom initiative. Such an initiative was a true example of the …

Microsoft sues US govt for right to tell users when their data is accessed by feds

Microsoft has filed a new lawsuit against the US government, asking the court to permit them to alert their users when their online accounts and the data in them has been …

Apple to US govt: Withdraw demand for iPhone unlocking, we all need to talk first

The battle between Apple and the US Justice Department continues, as the company still refuses to help the feds access the contents of a PIN-locked iPhone used by gunman Syed …

Washington state sues iYogi tech support firm for scamming users

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a lawsuit against one of the biggest independent tech support providers in the world, iYogi, and its President, Vishal …

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