Over 100,000 UN employee records were accessed by security researchers in a Git data breach originating from repositories associated with UNEP and ILO domains.
Payment processor Juspay downplayed the data breach affecting 100 million customers, failed to notify them for five months until a researcher found the data selling on the dark web.
T-Mobile disclosed a second data breach in 2020 in which hackers illegally accessed call-related and customer proprietary network information for about 200,000 subscribers.
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.
A threat actor listed on a hacker forum data belonging to over 17 companies containing over 34 million records. Victims include Eatigo and Alibaba-owned Lazada's RedMart online grocery.
One of the largest GDPR fines to date, the UK ICO's decision found that the travel giant was negligent due to ‘poor security arrangements’ creating a hole that was exploited for two months.
Barnes & Noble was hit by a suspected ransomware attack that prevented customers from accessing their libraries and exposed their personal information, including email addresses and transaction history.
About 3 million credit card numbers were siphoned off and sold at Joker's Stash. Dickey's appears to have become aware of the data breach after at least a year of activity.
The list of the biggest data breaches of the past five years is populated with representatives from the travel industry. Now a Which? study found that it is still rife with security holes.
In March, electoral data for 75% of the Maltese population was exposed in a data breach, including their polling booth, polling box numbers and voting preferences. Get insights on the power of voter data and the need for more care.