Voici les actualités principales de la semaine passée concernant le cybercrime.
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Les actus sélectionnées cette semaine
A federal court in Australia has fined two subsidiaries of Meta for conduct liable to mislead consumers in relation to misleading descriptions of the Onavo Protect VPN app.
Airline violates privacy protections of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, plaintiff says, seeking a $210 million fine.
The Russian government today handed down a treason conviction and 14-year prison sentence on Iyla Sachkov, the former founder and CEO of one of Russia’s largest cybersecurity firms. Sachkov, 37, has been detained for nearly two years under charges that the Kremlin has kept classified and hidden from public view, and he joins a growing roster of former Russian cybercrime fighters who are now serving hard time for farcical treason convictions.
Adversaries use artificial intelligence to obtain explosives, advance sextortion schemes and propagate malware through malicious websites that appear legitimate.
Ilya Sachkov, convicted of treason by the Kremlin, will serve time in one of Russia’s prison camps, which feature rigid schedules and isolation from the outside world, critics say.
In a move to prevent public companies from delaying news about cyberattacks, the US Security and Exchange Commission has set a four-day deadline to disclose “material cybersecurity incidents.”.