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Ransomware Paralyzes a German Hospital; Patient Dies due to Delayed Aid

In a first of its kind, a ransomware attack has been directly held responsible for a person’s death. In view of the consequences of...

Facebook Seeks Judicial Review Against Irish Data Regulator’s Ruling

Ireland reportedly ordered Facebook to stop transfers of EU users’ data back to the U.S., which was carried out under the Standard Contractual Clauses...

Google Ads Gear-up to Implement SCC Post EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Invalidation

On July 16, 2020, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) annulled the “EU-U.S. Privacy Shield” framework, which was accepted by the European Union (EU)...

Strategic Alliance Between AttackIQ and Ackcent to Provide BAS Services Across...

Cybersecurity solutions provider AttackIQ announced a strategic partnership with managed detection and response services firm Ackcent to provide breach and attack simulation (BAS) and...

EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Regarded Invalid by ECJ

In a landmark judgment, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) annulled the “EU-U.S. Privacy Shield,” which was introduced in July 2016. The ECJ found...

Europe Introduces 13 New IoT Cybersecurity Provisions

To address the concern over the rising number of devices at home being connected to the Internet, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) launched...

Foodora Data Breach Impacts 727,000 Customers Across 14 Countries

Food delivery firm Foodora is a victim of a data breach that exposed more than 727,000 customers’ details from 14 countries across Europe including...

Hackers Launch Cryptocurrency Mining Attack on Supercomputers Across Europe

Several supercomputers used in research institutes across Europe have been infected with cryptocurrency mining malware by threat actors since January 2020. The malware attacks...

Infosys to Launch its New Cyber Defense Center in Indianapolis

Infosys, a provider of next-generation digital services and consulting, announced that it’s going to launch a new Cyber Defense Center in Indianapolis to strengthen...

Software Bug Exposes CPR Numbers of 1.26 million Danish Citizens

A software bug in Denmark’s tax service portal, TastSelv Borger, accidentally exposed 1.26 million Danish citizens CPR numbers to Google and Adobe analytics services...

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