Privacy Law Update: Colorado Privacy Bill Becomes Law: How Does it Stack Up Against California and Virginia?
By Alysa Zeltzer Hutnik, Aaron Burstein & Lauren Myers on July 8, 2021
The Colorado Legislature recently passed the Colorado Privacy Act (“ColoPA”), joining Virginia and California as states with comprehensive privacy legislation. Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed the bill (SB 21-190) into law on July 7, and ColoPA will go into effect on July 1, 2023. How does the measure stack up against the VCDPA and the CCPA (as amended by CPRA)? The good news is that, in broad terms, ColoPA generally does not impose significant new requirements that aren’t addressed under the CCPA or VCDPA, but there are a few distinctions to note.. Read more…
Coming soon to Minnesota?
Threat researcher explains why it’s tricky to tell the difference between legitimate Excel Macros and ones that deliver malware.
Home automation. Internet of Things. Cloud management. And a security bug that could let other people watch you online…
Wordfence Detects Malware That Looks Safe to Humans
A few minutes ago we published an analysis of a malware variant that looks safe to a human analyst examining the code. Wordfence has detected this malware since 2019, although it may be missed by many security analysts on inspection of the code. You can find out what this malware looks like and how to identify it on the Wordfence blog…