Coronavirus continues to dominate most headlines, so this week we're taking another break from pandemic news to see what else made news.
TechRadar Pro: Major data breach exposes database of 200 million users
By: Anthony Spadafora
Security analysts at CyberNews have discovered an unprotected database online which contains over 800GB of personal information including detailed records on over 200m US users.
Health IT Security: Senate GOP bill proposes federal privacy standard bill, preempts states
By: Jessica Davis
After bipartisan talks fell through on a federal national privacy law, Sen. Jerry Moran released his take on national privacy standard bill that would preempt state laws.
VentureBeat: Nokia adds 5G to worldwide IoT network, lets carriers test new sensors
By: Jeremy Horwitz
Nokia may be best known for cellular phones, but in recent years the Finnish company has focused on networking hardware — the radios and infrastructure that connect cellular devices to the internet.
CSO: The 10 most powerful cybersecurity companies
By: Neal Weinberg
What makes these 10 security vendors the biggest power players? We break it down.
TechCrunch: Hackers hit NutriBullet website with credit card-stealing malware
By: Zack Whittaker
Magecart hackers have struck again, this time targeting the NutriBullet website.
CISO: 65% of security professionals access documents unrelated to their jobs: Research
A survey on insider threats conducted by unified security and risk analytics firm Gurucul, revealed that nearly 65% of cybersecurity professionals have accessed documents that are not related to their job profiles.
DarkReading: What cybersecurity pros really think about artificial intelligence
While there's a ton of unbounded optimism from vendor marketing and consultant types, practitioners are still reserving a lot of judgment.
Gizmodo: Here's what people thought of Twitter when it first launched
By: Matt Novak
The first tweet was sent on March 21, 2006 when cofounder and current CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted, “just setting up my twttr.”
InnovationMap: Houston esports startup scores partnerships with big gaming brands
By: Natalie Harms
Aesports marketplace based in the Houston area has won some big partnerships for 2020.