Nearly 100% of companies suffered at least one data breach in past 18 months. Most cited inadequate identity management and the lack of visibility as the major cloud security threat.
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.
Medical companies affected by AMCA healthcare data breach have begun alerting investors and shareholders which may cause them to lose tens of millions of dollars in stock market valuation.
AMD said it was investigating a data breach by the RansomHouse cyber extortion group claiming to have stolen 450 GB of data by exploiting weak passwords used by the chipmaker's employees.
Hackers gained access to sensitive personal information of American Airlines’ customers and employees in a data breach linked to a phishing campaign that led to the unauthorized access of employee mailboxes.
The data breach took place at the BWI Airport Marriott near Baltimore. A social engineering attack was executed on a member of the hotel staff, who unwittingly granted access.
Another Facebook privacy breach was found through the clean-up of its data privacy practices which involves 100 developers with improper access to Facebook Groups data.
Latest Instagram password leak has exposed 10,000 plaintext credentials in the SocialCaptain app, allowing anyone to access any app profile by entering a unique user ID into a public URL.
Argentina suffered one of the most catastrophic data breaches possible last week, as access to a government database containing national ID card information for every citizen was found for sale on the dark web.