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.
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.
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.
Recently released IAPP-EY Annual Privacy Governance Report 2017 shows that privacy governance is outpacing data breach reporting as a board-level concern.
A recent breach of biometrics giant Suprema has exposed 28 million records of facial recognition and fingerprint data including unencrypted username-password combinations stored in plain text.
Information from 3.68 million leaked user accounts of Mobifriends dating app allow hackers to exploit password reuse problem and unlock a lot more accounts.
Domain name registrar Web.com announced a data breach that could lead to an explosion of phishing scams as the exposed personal information can be connected directly to websites and their owners.
ICO had a busy 2018 with the ten largest fines totaling about £5,000,000 and also the first ICO fines levied at the maximum amount for Facebook and Equifax.
After nearly two months of non-stop controversy and scandal over its improper use of Facebook data, Cambridge Analytica finally announced that it was ceasing operations, effective immediately. In doing so, Cambridge Analytica has become the new poster child to highlight the perils of data security breaches.