Biggest US hacking case is tale of gamers' interrupted vacation – TheNewsTribune.com
Biggest US hacking case is tale of gamers' interrupted vacationTheNewsTribune.comArrested in 2012 while vacationing together in Amsterdam, they're accused of a conspiracy that pillaged 160 million credit card numbers, targeting Heartland Payment Systems, 7-Eleven, the Hannaford Bros. Grocery chain and at least 14 other companies …and more »
Business backs Obama on national data breach notification standard (Biz Journal)
Business groups for the most part applauded President Barack Obama's proposals to protect Americans from having their personal information stolen through data breaches. In a speech Monday at the Federal Trade Commission, Obama called for federal legislation requiring companies to notify customers within 30 days if their personal information has been exposed due to a security breach. "Right now, almost every state has a different law on this, and it's confusing for consumers and it's confusing for…
Obama wants firms to notify customers within 30 days of data breaches
President Obama on Monday proposed the first federal standard for data breaches, which would require companies to notify customers within 30 days of the discovery that their personal information was exposed to hackers.