A multi-state probe into one of the country's biggest ever hacking attacks has been settled after Target promised to boost its security.
The rules would have required giant internet providers to adopt reasonable security measures and notify customers when data breaches happen.
After the Paris and San Bernardino terror attacks, U.S. officials are questioning the merits of encryption on consumer devices and services.
The company shared the names, numbers, and addresses of about 75,000 customers as a result of an update error.
“If there is anyone to blame it is the perpetrators.”
The upscale hotel chain confirmed Wednesday it is conducting an investigation into a credit card breach at its U.S. properties.
In addition to strengthening notification laws, Attorney General Schneiderman is proposing incentive programs to ensure businesses comply with laws.
What's being described as a massive hack in fact took advantage of an easily exploited loophole.