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06 December 2019

SecurityMagazine.com

06 December 2019

  • Online Retail Fraud Up 60% Since 2017

    Research from iovation shows a 29-percent increase in suspected online retail fraud during the start of the 2019 holiday shopping season compared to the same period in 2018, and a 60-percent increase in suspected e-commerce fraud during the same period from 2017 to 2019.

  • ISO Releases New Drone Safety Standard

    The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) announced a new set of international standards that covers the quality, safety, security and etiquette for the operation of commercial drones.

  • LA Dodgers Fan Sues Team for Alleged Lack of Security

    An LA Dodgers fan has filed a lawsuit against the team for alleged inadequate security and a lack of uniformed Los Angeles police officers.

  • Uber's Safety Report: 3,045 Sexual Assaults and Nine Murders in the US in 2018

    For the first time, Uber has released a safety report about its rides in the US that includes all of 2018 and part of 2017.

  • New Senate Bill Would Protect Online Data

    U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i) and 16 senators have reintroduced legislation to protect people’s personal data online.

  • How to Close Cybersecurity's Widening Workforce Gap

    To remedy the cybersecurity skills gap and fight data breaches, enterprises across the world are looking overseas. How can public-private partnerships help resolve the industry-wide issue?

  • The Top 12 Data Breaches of 2019
    Just in 2018, there were 500 million personal records stolen. How many records will be stolen by year’s end? According to the RiskBased Data Breach QuickView Report 2019 Q3, at the end of September, there were 5,183 breaches, exposing 7.9 billion records. Compared to the 2018 Q3 report, the total number of breaches was up 33.3 percent and the total number of records exposed more than doubled, up 112 percent.

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