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A California Senate Bill states each victim can sue up to $1,000 for being impacted. This has just passed the California senate. If this becomes law, companies who suffer data breaches will be on the line for hundreds of billions of dollars. If the Equifax data breach had occurred and this was law they would’ve paid up to 400 billion dollars if this was a federal data breach law, in every state and country victims were affected by the equifax data breach.
The wording is as such, that the person has to be affected, not be a registered user of your service. This is a very important detail, for cases like Cambridge Analytica where some debate if that was a breach of data, despite the company getting the data via an app that allegedly the description wasn’t accurate as to how the data would be used and allegedly using it to influence US voters.
It is far cheaper to hire a company who specializes in security with an elite team of freelance security professionals who will audit your systems and then explainhow to avoid the problems detected along with written patches for each issue, if you’re on that tier, then have to pay billions of dollars, as data breaches hit everyone, because few truly care about security
Some open source code is like food poisoning by getting food off the road from a random person. It will make you puke your brains out is a good analogy to explain how insecure the majority of the code written by individuals is and how you can lose everything. Other open source code from companies is more along the lines of getting food from a food truck, which is a company and the majority of companies try to deliver a safe product and not one that is the equivalent of food poisioning.
Macintosh Malware is on the rise. In 2017 Macintosh malware rose 270 percent in one year. If anyone tries to tell you Macintosh is bullet proof, they are wrong.
Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange has responded to claims that they were hacked and show that it was in fact a clever phishing scam, not a hack. Oculus rift, which we discussed yesterday has fixed their issue making oculus rift headsets work again.