Cybersafety Sentinel June 2023 Week 3 | Informatica

Weekly Insights from Cybersafety Sentinel

Stay updated with Informatica’s Cybersafety Sentinel’s June 2023 Week 3 edition. This week, we cover significant topics such as Nova Scotia’s data breach notification, safety concerns over Apple’s iOS 17 update, and Microsoft’s $20M fine for collecting kids’ data. Gain expert strategies to enhance your cybersecurity measures and protect your digital assets.

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Claudiu’s Top Post

Nova Scotia is advising over 100,000 victims that their #personalinformation was taken as a result of a “global #cybersecurity issue”, #Ontario recently informed some 360,000 residents about the #breach of their private data, and other provinces are facing similar challenges of #incident detection, impact assessment and #fraud prevention. Read More

Safety Concerns Over iOS 17 Update

Apple has released information about its new software update this week, with the iPhone becoming more intuitive than ever before. However, one new update – called Check In – has posed safety concerns among social media users, who fear the feature won’t be used for its intended purpose. Read More

Microsoft Fined $20M for Collecting Kids’ Data

Microsoft has agreed to pay a penalty of $20 million to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges that the company illegally collected and retained the data of children who signed up to use its Xbox video game console without their parents’ knowledge or consent Read More

Microsoft’s ”Security Risks” for IT Teams

Microsoft’s recent Cyber Signals report, a valuable source of cyber threat intelligence, sheds light on a trend in the world of cybersecurity: cybercriminals are increasingly exploiting Operational Technology (OT) as entry points to infiltrate organizational networks. Read More

US Intelligence Agencies Buy Americans’ Data

The vast amount of personal data for sale online is an “increasingly powerful” tool for intelligence gathering by US and foreign spying agencies but also represents a privacy risk to ordinary people, according to a newly declassified US intelligence report. Read More

Temu Now A Source of Privacy Concerns

A shopping app that didn’t exist four months ago might be changing the game of e-commerce, however, experts say it’s also raising concerns about data privacy risks for Canadians. One cybersecurity expert warns that Temu, like any e-commerce app that doesn’t fall under Canadian data protection laws, could present a risk that more shoppers should evaluate. Read More

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