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Relativity Acquires VerQu, a Data Management Software Firm

Relativity, a global legal and compliance technology company, announced it has acquired VerQu, a data management software company that helps organizations migrate and capture communication data for record retention and compliance purposes.


IndiGo, India’s Top Airline, Reveals Data Breach

IndiGo has disclosed that hackers breached parts of its data servers in December. So reports Bloomberg.


Before Capitol Chaos, Trump Admin Shares Maritime Cybersecurity Plan

The day before the attack on the U.S. Capitol, the Trump administration unveiled its plan for protecting the U.S. maritime transportation sector against cyber threats. So reports The Hill.


TikTok Faces Legal Threat from 12-year-old Over Personal Data Use

A prospective legal challenge looms for TikTok over its handling of children's personal data under EU and UK privacy laws. So reports Business Insider.


T-Mobile Discloses Fourth Data Breach Since 2018

T-Mobile has revealed that it suffered a data breach in December. So reports TechCrunch.


CISOs Report Putting Remote Work Ahead of Cybersecurity

Fully 85% of chief information security officers (CISOs) indicate that they sacrificed cybersecurity to allow a faster shift to remote work, according to a new survey by data security firm Netwrix.


What the Cybersecurity Industry Can Learn from SolarWinds Hack

As 2020 wound to a close, cybersecurity company FireEye was the first to report a data breach that, it later emerged, also hit multiple U.S. agencies, large companies and other organizations.


Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Portnox Probing Alleged Iranian Hack

Israeli cybersecurity company Portnox has said that it is investigating a data breach purportedly committed by Iranian hacker group Pay2Key. So reports the Jerusalem Post.


E-retailer CafePress Inks $2M Settlement Over Data Breach

Online retailer CafePress has reached a $2 million settlement with seven states following a 2019 data breach. So reports WZZM 13, an ABC affiliate in Michigan, one of the states affected.


Trump Admin Pushes Split of NSA, Cyber Command

The Trump administration has proposed breaking up oversight of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command. So reports CNN, citing a U.S. defense official.


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