During a cybersecurity discussion held Wednesday in Washington D.C., Jeffrey Troy, chief of the FBI’s Cyber Criminal Section, said that law enforcement agencies could get a better grip on fighting the surge of cybercrimes if businesses were legally required to report data breaches to potential victims. Essentially this “data-breach notificatio…
FBI, Congress Considers National Data-Breach Law
A federal judge has denied a proposed settlement of a class-action suit filed against TD Ameritrade Inc. for a 2007 data security breach that exposed its customers’ personal information. In his ruling in San Francisco last week, U.S.
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Judge rejects TD Ameritrade breach settlement
Posted on October 30th, 2009 1 comment
The state shuts down a website used for nearly a million people who are searching for work. A glitch discovered on Cal Jobs website could be at risk for identity theft
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Info Breach on Cal-Jobs Website
Maine and federal banking regulators are warning consumers about a “phishing” scam in which fraudulent e-mails are circulating around the state.
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The Associated Press: Maine bank regulators warn consumers about scam