SolarWinds hack spotlights a thorny legal problem: Who to blame for espionage?
It could take years for the cases to play out in court.
Travel-booking company Sabre Corp. settles with 27 states over breach of credit card data
The 27 attorneys general involved in the settlement said that Sabre responded poorly to the incident, particularly in notifying people that their information might be compromised.
ACLU sues FBI for information about its encryption-cracking skills
The civil liberties group wants the feds to come clean about the capabilities of the Electronic Device Analysis Unit (EDAU).
Anthem to pay $39.5 million to states in latest settlement over 2015 hack
The company previously agreed to pay $115 million in connection with the incident.
UK suit seeks compensation for Marriott data breach victims
The plaintiff, a U.K. resident, is seeking unspecified damages.
Credit union's lawsuit against Fiserv is a test for cybersecurity liability
The credit union claims that Fiserv's online banking platform was so riddled with vulnerabilities it exposed its members to possible identity theft.