There are a lot of things that you need to know about bankruptcy law especially if you plan on filing one. However, there are core things that you specifically should know before anything else. In case things are not going well with your business, here is some of the information […]
Should the Solicitor General Recommend Allowing Foreign Corporations to Claim Immunity?
On Monday, the Supreme Court called for the views of the Solicitor General in NSO Group Technologies Ltd. v. WhatsApp Inc. The Ninth Circuit held that NSO Group Technologies Ltd and Q Cyber Technologies Ltd (collectively, NSO) could not claim immunity from suit under federal common law for alleged violations […]
OODA Loop – Will the United States Enact a National Data Privacy Law?
In the aftermath of massive data breaches that have exposed the personal identifiable and financial information of millions of people around the globe, it became clear that there has beena need for legally-mandated data protection. Europe leapt to the forefront, implementing its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a comprehensive law […]
U.S. Offering $10 Million Reward for Information on Conti Ransomware Hackers
The U.S. State Department has announced rewards of up to $10 million for any information leading to the identification of key individuals who are part of the infamous Conti cybercrime gang. Additionally, it’s offering another $5 million for intelligence information that could help arrest or convict individuals who are conspiring […]
LaBruna broke campaign finance law, state says | News
REGIONAL—Anthony LaBruna, a candidate for Iowa Senate District 3, violated multiple state laws related to campaign finance over the last several months, according to Iowa authorities. LaBruna has not reported any monetary contributions throughout his campaign and is under investigation by the Iowa Ethics Campaign Disclosure Board, the state’s election […]
Negligence, poor systems make South Africa cyber crime heaven
Criminals are taking advantage of the negligence and weak control systems in South African organisations to mine sensitive data in the country, where cyber attacks are on the rise. The South African government and companies can no longer sweep cyber hacking incidents under the carpet, thanks to the Cybercrimes Act […]