Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Kaspersky’s Alleged Espionage and SmartVista Bug Unpatched

The National Security Agency and Kaspersky Lab were once again among the week’s top trending targets due to continued reporting around Kaspersky’s alleged involvement in the 2015 theft of classified materials from the home computer of an NSA employee. As we noted last week, sources told the The Wall Street Journal that a contractor took… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: Yahoo Breach Expands, Equifax Grilled, Another NSA Insider

Yahoo and Equifax were both back in the news this week due to new details emerging around their respective data breaches, including Yahoo revising the number of affected accounts to three billion and Equifax’s former CEO being grilled before Congress. Yahoo had previously stated that its 2013 data breach affected one billion user accounts, which… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: SEC, Illicit Trading and CCleaner Industrial Espionage

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was the week’s top trending new cybercrime target following the announcement that a data breach compromised sensitive data that may have “provided the basis for illicit gain through trading.” SEC chairman Jay Clayton said the commission learned last month that an incident “previously detected” in 2016 may have… Read More

Trade Secret Legislation Awaits Obama’s Signature

Organizations will soon have another avenue to seek relief from trade secret theft, as President Obama is expected to sign into law the Defend Trade Secrets Act. The bill, which gives companies the ability to pursue trade secret cases in federal courts rather than at the state level, is the latest in a string of headlines related to stolen intellectual property.… Read More