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State Bar of Georgia Reveals Security Incident to Employees and Members

The State Bar of Georgia recently disclosed that it was the victim of a cybersecurity incident in April 2022, when an unauthorized individual accessed its systems and compromised the data of...

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U.S. Agricultural Machinery Manufacturer Hit with Ransomware Attack

This week, AGCO, a U.S. agricultural machinery manufacturer, suffered a ransomware attack that affected its business operations and shut down its systems. AGCO, headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, designs, produces, and sells...

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Privacy Tip #320 – 2021 Goes Down as Top Year for Fraud

2021 will go down in our minds as many things, including the year in which more people reported fraud and the highest dollar amount of fraud losses in history. Not a...

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School Nutrition Vendor Sued for Compromise of 867,209 K-12 Student Records

PCS Revenue Control Systems, Inc. (PCS) was hit with a proposed class action lawsuit last week alleging that it discovered a data breach from a hacking attack in December 2019 but...

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Ransomware Attack Affects Georgia County Election Administration System

Hall County, Georgia reported on October 7, 2020, that it was the victim of a ransomware attack that disrupted some of its systems, including email and telephone services in public buildings...

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