It appears that Chinese hackers have been running Cloud Hopper attacks targeting tech providers for access to their customers' corporate intellectual property and government secrets.
A poorly configured Amazon cloud database resulted in the Capital One breach exposing information of 106 million U.S. and Canadian customers and applicants. What are the five steps that organizations can take to prevent such attacks?
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.
What should you do if you knew today that a serious data breach would most likely lead to a string of public relations disasters, costing you millions, taking up 20% of the average IT staff day for two years?
Google admitted that back in March 2018, it became aware of a data breach that may have impacted up to 500,000 users, but failed to disclose it to users or regulators. Are big Silicon Valley tech giants are “too big to trust”?
Facebook password leak has exposed up to 600 million user's plaintext passwords to company employees. And this appears to have been ongoing since 2012. Will this add more fuel on the antitrust fire?
Among the major highlights of the Verizon Cyber Espionage Report: criminal organizations and former employees play a trivial role in overall attempts, the overwhelming majority come from states.
Cost of a data breach is becoming more serious every year. Latest IBM-Ponemon study reports an average figure of $3.92 million which is 12% higher than it was just five years ago.
Growing number of Americans now feel that state and local governments should increase their cybersecurity spending and do more to protect data from cyberattacks, similar to that which crippled the city of Atlanta in March 2018.
A study was done on the stock market performance of 28 companies that suffered a massive data breach. Even though they do underperform over the long run but not as much as one might think.