Voici les incidents majeurs concernant des pertes et des vols de données découverts durant ce dernier tour de veille hebdomadaire.
Bonne lecture et merci pour le café car cette veille est produite avec un vrai cerveau non artificiel 😉
A Tesla employee gave more than 100GB of data to Germany’s Handelsblatt.
Swiss tech multinational and U.S. government contractor ABB has confirmed that some of its systems were impacted by a ransomware attack, previously described by the company as “an IT security incident.”
Dans le cadre d’un projet de réglementation contre la pédopornographie, Madrid milite pour une interdiction du chiffrement de bout en bout…-Données personnelles
HIPAA requires entities to disclose breaches within 60 days, but it took 18 months for Apria Healthcare to inform over 1.8 million patients.
This time, SuperVPN has exposed a whopping 133 GB of data, including personal details of its unsuspecting users, such as IP addresses.
In response to an EU proposal to scan private messages for illegal material, the country’s officials said it is “imperative that we have access to the data.”
Google has updated its policy for personal accounts across its services to allow a maximum period of inactivity of two years.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has levied a record-breaking fine against Facebook’s parent company, Meta, for transferring data to the US without data privacy safeguards.