January 2020 SM Online
Recently published research from the ASIS Foundation found that only one-quarter of organizations in India, Europe, and the United States say they have fully converged security departments.
The FBI issued a Private Industry Notification in September 2019, warning cybersecurity professionals that the Bureau had seen cyber actors circumventing multifactor authentication through social engineering and technical attacks.
Economic sanctions are a popular security tool, but do they work? An article from the Center for a New American Security suggests five conditions associated with successful outcomes.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office found that involving more mass care partners could improve emergency planning and disaster response.
During a 10-year period, 318 journalists were murdered for their work worldwide, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists’ 2019 Global Impunity Index.
The Food Safety Modernization Act IA Rule establishes a compliance framework for the food and beverage industry to defend against intentional adulteration and potential wide-scale public health impact.
The United States maintains economic sanctions programs to counteract activities that threaten its national interests, but their effectiveness is questionable.
A court rules that FBI surveillance violated Americans’ rights.
MGM will pay up to $800 million to victims of the October 2017 Las Vegas massacre, agreeing to a settlement.
A federal judge in Philadelphia determined that a supervised injection site is not illegal. The site, run by Safehouse, provides overdose prevention services.
California changed its “red flag” laws on gun restraining orders.
A U.S. Senate panel found that a federal consumer agency failed to protect the personal information of thousands of people.
The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) released sexual harassment prevention training, requiring all employers to provide training to supervisors.
Google wins a “right to be forgotten” case in a European Union court, meaning the company will not have to scrub links to people’s sensitive information beyond the EU’s 28 member states.
Several persons around the globe were charged for their involvement in the largest darknet child pornography website, which was funded by bitcoin. The takedown helped rescue victims who were being actively abused by site users.
An Italian national was arrested in Italy for allegedly stealing trade secrets from an American aviation company.