Latest 2019 Verizon data breach report highlights absence of foundation-level and layered security controls, internal security discipline, and general security awareness as the common denominators in the data breach dilemma.
Major anti-malware vendors, Symantec, McAfee, and Trend Micro, allegedly had their source code stolen by Russian hackers. The full set of data including access to the companies' networks are now going on sale for $300,000.
Personal information of over 80 million U.S. households was exposed from an unsecured cloud database, while the owner of the database remains unknown.
Facebook warned investors on potential FTC fine of $3 to $5 billion from upcoming Facebook settlement in Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company could be forced to create new privacy oversight review board reporting to FTC.
Over the past year while FTC is conducting its Facebook investigation, Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly claimed full responsibility for privacy issues, and now it appears FTC might really hold Mark personally accountable for these lapses.
“Many Americans are lost” when it comes to dealing with data breaches. According to a new survey by Lexington Law, many do not even check whether or not they are victims.
Company’s IT department plays a critical role in data protection, however HR is equally important to handle human side of business through GDPR compliance, exit strategies and privacy policies.
Toyota Motor Corporation has been the victim of a series of data breaches in Australia, Thailand, Vietnam and Japan over the past six months. Latest data breach in Japan has impacted 3.1 million customers’ information.
Thanks to some unsecured public-facing databases, Verifications.io email data breach has set a new record for leaking 2 billion personal records which can be useful for identity theft and scams.
FEMA has acknowledged a “major privacy incident” where nearly 2.5 million U.S. disaster survivors had their personal information shared with a third-party contractor responsible for setting up temporary housing.