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  • Although the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had implemented and made progress in strengthening its information security controls in the past few months, a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has detailed that serious weaknesses remain when it comes to protecting the financial footprint.
  • The State of Maryland has awarded $600,000 to cybersecurity startup Luminal, in exchange for the company moving its headquarters from West Virginia to the Old Line State. It’s the latest in a series of moves on the part of Maryland to position itself as an epicenter for cybersecurity research and development.
  • The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have wasted no time tracking down the suspected perpetrator behind the Heartbleed-related data breach at the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) earlier this week.
  • The revelations in 2013 that governments and their agencies have been spying on citizens in the name of national security have seriously undermined trust when it comes to operating in cyberspace, according to the Information Security Forum (ISF).
  • The FBI is planning a new way to track and uncover potential threats – a massive facial recognition database. According to documents obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Bureau's database will contain about 52 million biometric records by the end of the year, with plans to hold records on as many as 100 million people, or, roughly one-third of the country’s population. And that, of course, raises privacy concerns.
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