Some legal experts say a nearly $1 billion class action lawsuit filed against electronic health records vendor eClinicalWorks could be the first of many cases scrutinizing the data integrity issues of EHR vendors. Others, however, contend that those filing such lawsuits will face many hurdles.
What started as robust debates over social media among computer security professionals has turned into a drawn-out, bitter battle that has found its way into the Australian courts. The disputes highlight how those who foresake polite debate for legal battles may find themselves being called to account.
A class action lawsuit claims that thousands of employees of a home healthcare firm were harmed by the disclosure of their personal information as a result of a business email compromise scam. Earlier, regulators fined the company for another breach.
Can U.S. law enforcement use a warrant to seize emails stored outside the U.S. by a cloud services provider? That's the question the Supreme Court has agreed to consider next year. Microsoft continues to fight an order to turn over emails stored in an Irish data center.
The massive Equifax data breach has already led to the filing of more than 30 lawsuits against the data broker - one demanding up to $70 billion in damages. At least five state attorneys general have launched formal investigations, while several Congressional committees have promised hearings.
The Equifax breach revealed on Thursday is more significant that other mega-breaches because of the nature of the data that was potentially exposed, says cybersecurity attorney Imran Ahmad. He'll be a featured speaker at ISMG's Toronto Fraud & Breach Prevention Summit on Tuesday.
A federal judge has ruled that a consolidated class-action lawsuit filed by those affected by the Yahoo data breaches can proceed. The ruling means Yahoo's corporate parent, Verizon, will face a suit that could eventually lead a court to attempt to quantify the financial impact of leaked data.
Today's business climate is one of unprecedented regulatory growth, data complexity and cybersecurity concerns. There is a corresponding increase in media attention, customer awareness and Board-level scrutiny.
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A federal judge has granted preliminary approval for an amended $115 million settlement in the class action lawsuit over the 2015 cyberattack on Anthem, which resulted in a breach impacting nearly 79 million individuals. An amendment frees certain others from liability in the case.
How have major Canadian data breaches helped to shape incident response plans and data security at the organizational level? In this session, Imran Ahmad, an attorney who leads the cybersecurity practice at Miller Thomson and wrote the book, "Cybersecurity in Canada: A Guide to Best Practices, Planning and...
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. will pay a $5.5 million settlement and update its security practices as a result of an agreement with attorneys general in 32 states and the District of Columbia in the wake of a 2012 data breach affecting more than 1.2 million individuals.
The front line to battle Russian hackers is shifting to American courts, according to the lead story in the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, malware targets Apple's operating system and a preview of the ISMG Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in New York.
Some experts say a federal appeals court's overturning of a lower court's decision to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed against health insurer CareFirst in the wake of a cyberattack could be precedent-setting.