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Europe’s new privacy safeguards are finally approved, must invade EU nations by 2018

The final seal of approval follows successful passage through the EU Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Following four years of discussions and amendments, the GDPR is now officially EU law and will directly apply in all…

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European Parliament approves GDPR

After four years of work the much vaunted GDPR has been approved by the European Parliament, aiming to usher in a new age of data protection for European citizens and the companies that serve them…

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LogRhythm mashes up security and big data to give SMBs better defense in one tool

Security Intelligence Management (SIM) can even the playing field between IT and cybersecurity attackers. Here’s how one of the leaders in the space offers a real-time battle strategy…

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Ransomware: Time for a HIPAA Update?

The recent surge in ransomware attacks on hospitals has at least one member of Congress contemplating whether HIPAA’s breach notification requirements need to be clarified or updated to reflect the trend…

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MedStar Shuts Systems After Cyberattack

A March 28 cyberattack that may have involved ransomware forced MedStar Health, a 10-hospital system serving Maryland and the Washington, D.C. area, to shut down many of its systems to avoid the spread of the malware…

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Harnessing your inner SIEM

The buzzword in 2015 was cyber threat intelligence (CTI) – everyone wanted useful data and analytical tools for next-gen cyber security to detect and respond to threats faster. The industry responded by providing a plethora of CTI products. Matt Willems,…

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LogRhythm expanding Boulder presence to accommodate growth

Fast-growing cybersecurity firm LogRhythm Inc. is adding more real estate in Boulder, with another 50 employees expected to come onboard locally this year…

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An ex-Ofcom employee stole commercially sensitive data about the UK’s major TV broadcasters – and then offered it to one of them

Ofcom has admitted that a former employee stole data from the regulator exposing commercially sensitive information about the UK’s biggest TV companies…

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UK businesses fail at security awareness

UK organizations are putting their reputation, customer trust and competitive advantage at greater risk by failing to provide their staff with effective security awareness and capability to defend against cyber attacks…

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Not in my house: Amazon’s unencrypted devices a sitting target, cybersecurity experts say

The news landed like a record scratch Thursday, when security industry heavyweights gathered at the RSA conference in San Francisco heard Amazon plans to stop protecting the data customers store on its tablets and other devices with a technology called…

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Only 28% of cyber-attacks are reported by UK biz

Research from the Institute of Directors (IoD) and Barclays says that only 43 percent of the nearly 1,000 IoD members polled know where their data is physically stored. The research said, “This is a truly frightening statistic. It effectively means…

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Lockheed Martin adds LogRhythm to cybersecurity alliance

Lockheed Martin will work with LogRhythm on cybersecurity systems integration pilot programs after the latter signed up for the Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance…

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