Coca-Cola Laptop Theft Lawsuit From 2014 Still Ongoing.

Over at bna.com, Bloomberg Law reminds us that there are a number of “legal battles over workplace cybersecurity being waged” in the USA. For example, ENSLIN v. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ET AL, which has been ongoing since 2014. The breach was covered here and here previously, and the short version is: A Coca-Cola employee stole […] read more

Israel Introducing Data Breach Notification Law.

It was reported last week that Israel introduced mandatory data security and breach notification requirements into its law books. The law is expected to go into full effect next year. Business of all types – be they global, multinational companies or the barber shop down the street – will be affected by the new regulations. […] read more

Data Encryption: The US Government Has 35,000 People Working On Crypto.

According to arstechnica.com, the US government spends $11 billion and dedicates 35,000 people each year to a program “dedicated to encryption,” which includes cracking encryption.  Most people would view this as a bad thing.  There are issues like the right to privacy and whatnot.  But the way I see it, this is actually good news […] read more