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List of data breaches and cyber attacks in May 2021 – 116 million records breached

IT Governance

If you find yourself facing a cyber security disaster, IT Governance is here to help. unknown) Criminal hackers attack Ehrmann, demand millions in ransom (unknown) Criminal hackers attack Energy Hamburg Radio (unknown) Chemical distribution company Brenntag paid a $4.4

China Publishes Draft Regulations on Protecting the Security of Key Information Infrastructure

Hunton Privacy

On July 10, 2017, the Cyberspace Administration of China published a new draft of its Regulations on Protecting the Security of Key Information Infrastructure (the “Draft Regulations”), and invited comment from the general public. According to the Draft Regulations, operators of key information infrastructure should establish a system to inspect their key information infrastructure and evaluate its security aspects and possible risks. This post has been updated. .

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List of data breaches and cyber attacks in December 2020 – 148 million records breached

IT Governance

We logged 134 security incidents in December, which accounted for 148,354,955 breached records. What else would you expect from the final month of 2020 than the highest number of publicly disclosed incidents we’ve ever recorded?

NHTSA Releases New Automobile Cybersecurity Best Practices

Hunton Privacy

The National Highway Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) recently issued non-binding guidance that outlines best practices for automobile manufacturers to address automobile cybersecurity. The guidance, entitled Cybersecurity Best Practices for Modern Vehicles (the “Cybersecurity Guidance”), was recently previewed in correspondence with the House of Representatives’ Committee on Energy and Commerce (“Energy and Commerce Committee”). Cybersecurity Information Security U.S.

The Internet of Things (IoT): Managing the Data Tsunami

Collibra

The Internet-of-Things has the potential to transform a range of industries – from automotive and agriculture through to healthcare, home appliances and insurance services. But exactly how that data is utilized (and potentially monetised) will differ across sectors. For example, data collected by wearable health-tracking devices has become of increasing importance and value to providers of life and medical insurance. How it is secured.