Are paper tickets to enter sports arenas a thing of the past? More and more stadiums are making the move to utilize facial recognition software rather than scanning a ticket.
Last year, the Supreme Court narrowed the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”). In that case, the Court considered whether a police officer who used his valid credentials to access a police database for a nefarious purpose had “exceeded authorized access” under the CFAA. The Court determined that he had not, as his use of police-provided access credentials made his access authorized, even if the ultimate use of the data he accessed was improper.
The United States and the European Union reached a preliminary agreement that would allow companies to store data about European citizens on servers housed in the United States.
We’ve got another one! Utah is now the fourth state to enact comprehensive consumer privacy legislation.
As President Biden warned Americans and businesses on Monday against the continued cybersecurity threats from Russian state actors, Alejandro N. Mayorkas, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, released a statement on cybersecurity preparedness.
A professor at Chapman University, apparently determined to show that cheaters never prosper, has upped the ante, using litigation to uncover the identity of the person (or persons) who posted a copy of his prior examinations on a website called Course Hero, a site used by students to share lecture notes, syllabuses, and other course-related materials.
Cybercriminals use sporting events that appeal to the masses, such as March Madness and the Super Bowl, to target the increased crowds in hopes that a percentage of them will overlook all of the online red flags, good practices, and diligence that people (hopefully) otherwise practice.
As recently reported by AppOmni, a SaaS security provider, 70% of the ServiceNow instances that AppOmni tested showed a configuration error in the ServiceNow SaaS platform that left sensitive data (including personally identifiable information) accessible to unauthorized users on the Internet.