The Monthly Ten – June 2020

The Monthly Ten – June 2020

The top ten must-reads of the month

We like to write our own articles, but we think others do it well, too

1. Senators introduced a COVID-19 consumer data protection act.  Does anyone care? (Byte Back)

2. Data breach derivative suits are alive and well (D&O Diary)

3. COVID-19 research targeted by nation-states as cybercriminals continue to take advantage of the pandemic (Security Affairs) 

4. Virtual graduation hit with cyberattack.  (Info Security)

5. Will COVID-19 encourage a federal privacy law? (CIO)

6. Zoom improves security and privacy features, so NY Schools reverse ban (Business Insider) 

7. Thinking of signing up to be a COVID-19 contract tracer? (Technology Review) 

8. Six takeaways from the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Report (SC Magazine)

9. Facial recognition companies are using your “mask selfies” to help train their technology (C|Net)

10. Here are some key differences ( and some similarities) between the two competing COVID-19 data privacy bills (JD Supra)