Weekly News Recap – February 16-22


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Coinmama: 450,000 User Records Compromised in Data Breach

Coinmama, a Bitcoin and Ethereum broker based in Israel, has become the target of a major security breach that has resulted in the theft of thousands of user records. According to a notice posted by the broker, 450,000 Coinmama users were affected by the attack, and their email addresses and encrypted passwords were stolen...


Former INM staff to take legal action over alleged data breach

Three former Independent News & Media (INM) staff, including two former senior executives, intend to issue legal proceedings after a major suspected data breach at the company, the High Court in Dublin has heard.The disclosure was made by a barrister representing former INM chief executive Gavin O’Reilly, his secretary at INM, Mandy Scott, and INM’s ex-director of corporate affairs Karl Brophy...


Could your business be liable for a rogue employee’s data breach?

William Fry’s legal team explains how a case against Morrisons in the UK sets a new standard for data breach protection.In the UK’s first group litigation case concerning a data breach, supermarket chain Morrisons has been held vicariously liable as an employer by the UK court of appeal. We at William Fry previously reported on the events that led to this case, which involved the


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