A Woman Was Convicted Of ‘Unauthorized Intrusion’ For Snooping Through Her Cheating …

A Woman Was Convicted Of ‘Unauthorized Intrusion’ For Snooping Through Her Cheating …

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Her defense team argued that what the victim did couldn’t be considered hacking because they couple shared many passwords. … Though her defense team argued that she didn’t technically "hack" the account because she already knew the password, the prosecution said a search of the computer’s …

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Cybersecurity 2018 – The Year in Preview: Financial Institutions and the SEC

Cybersecurity 2018 – The Year in Preview: Financial Institutions and the SEC

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has made no secret about the gravity of the cybersecurity threat facing the investment community. Since at least 2014, the SEC has made a point in emphasizing the cyber threat through enforcement actions, inspections and examinations, roundtables, and …

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Top Cybersecurity & Privacy Developments Of 2017

Top Cybersecurity & Privacy Developments Of 2017

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Law360, New York (December 20, 2017, 5:28 PM EST) — Cybersecurity and privacy attorneys had their hands full in 2017 keeping track of a slew of legal and policy developments, including global cyberattacks that hit DLA Piper and a range of other organizations, massive breaches that put the spotlight …

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South Carolina election commission permitted to withhold cybersecurity documents

South Carolina election commission permitted to withhold cybersecurity documents

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SEC Spokesperson Chris Whitmire told StateScoop Wednesday the agency reached out to the AG’s office to clarify its legal rights when it comes to retaining sensitive cybersecurity information following an increase in public records requests. The office responded by saying the SEC has authority to …

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100000 Kiwi Uber users hacked

100000 Kiwi Uber users hacked

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It’s been revealed around 100,000 New Zealand Uber users were affected by a worldwide hack the ride sharing service then tried to cover up. In October, 2016, 57 million customers and drivers worldwide were affected by the cyber attack. Uber paid the hackers US$100,000 (NZ$143,000) to delete the …

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