Topic: Data breach

Uber settles DOJ investigation

A DOJ non-prosecution agreement has credited Uber for its cooperation and previous multi-million dollar settlements over a 2016 data hack, but has conditioned the deal on continued assistance with the prosecution of a former executive allegedly responsible for covering up the breach.

26 July 2022

US export control agency to target universities

29 June 2022

DFS fines Carnival cruise company over cybersecurity failures

27 June 2022

Swiss court upholds ex-UBS banker’s data theft conviction

13 May 2022

Swiss scientist convicted over GlaxoSmithKline trade secrets conspiracy

Gongda Xue is the fifth scientist to be found guilty of participating in the GSK trade secrets theft

03 May 2022

NGO criticises Fishrot-linked Icelandic investigation into journalists

17 February 2022

Tycoon targets investigations consultancy over alleged data violations

A Singapore resident has sued intelligence provider S-RM over its provision of reports to Morgan Stanley and other clients that allegedly contained unsubstantiated claims of corruption and fraud and may have involved illegal international data transfers.

21 January 2022

Former Raiffeisen lawyer penalised for leaking legal report

12 November 2021

US court grants subpoena against private investigator in Dechert hacking case

21 October 2021

Should companies cooperate with law enforcement during ransomware attacks?

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher’s David Burns and Brian Williamson argue why companies have plenty to gain from reporting ransomware attacks to the US government.

08 October 2021

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