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Daily Dashboard | AGs Probing Home Depot Breach Related reading: Global News Roundup: March 30–April 6, 2020

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The attorneys general (AGs) of Connecticut, Illinois and California are leading a multi-state probe into a data breach disclosed by Home Depot, said Connecticut AG George Jepsen. A rep for Jepsen declined to comment further, Reuters reports, but the IAPP yesterday featured an interview with Jepsen on AG enforcement priorities. Meanwhile, Bartell Hotels has announced a data security breach at five of its San Diego-area hotels; a university is shutting down online voter registration following a data breach in February; Ernst & Young has been accused by a Canadian customer alleging customer business data was found on two Dell servers he purchased in 2006; a Goodwill data breach has been linked to a third-party vendor, and Miranda Alfonso-Williams, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPM, CIPT, offers advice on “five ways to prevent costly data breaches" at your business.
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