Tags Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

SEC settles with First American over massive data leak for nearly $500,000

by Tim Starks • 1 month ago

The commission said First American's information security personnel spotted the vulnerability months earlier, but didn't fix it or notify company brass.

Experts suggest French insurer AXA's plan to shun ransomware payouts will set a precedent

by Tim Starks • 3 months ago

AXA's decision was surprising only in how long it took to become an apparent industry first.

SpaceX engineer makes a first with dark web securities violations case

by Tim Starks • 4 months ago

Who says securities fraud is easier than rocket science?

Molson Coors says cyberattack disrupted beer brewing

by Tim Starks • 5 months ago

One of the biggest beer companies in the U.S., Molson Coors didn't provide many specifics about the cyberattack.

SolarWinds hack spotlights a thorny legal problem: Who to blame for espionage?

by Tim Starks • 7 months ago

It could take years for the cases to play out in court.

Not all cyberattacks are created equal: What researchers learned from 103 'extreme' events

by Tim Starks • 9 months ago

Nation-state attackers do more financial damage than one might expect, the Cyentia Institute study found.

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