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?
If your business is dealing with data then ignoring the peace of mind that cyber liability insurance would provide would be foolhardy. In fact, the very survival of a business that stores and leverages customer data in any way may very well depend on good cyber liability coverage.
Citrix is the latest big name to fall victim to a major data breach. The data breach is thought to have been perpetrated by Iranian hackers in a group called IRIDIUM, which is believed to have ties to the country's government.
WeWork, a co-working company which operates in world's biggest cities, was reported running a WiFi security breach since 2015. Companies’ information was exposed to anyone who has local network password in the office.
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.
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.
A massive data breach of video streaming service Twitch has exposed just about everything possible that could be taken. The 125 GB torrent has been confirmed by Twitch and is only the "first part" according to hackers.
LabCorp experienced a second data leak in a year with more damaging information exposed this round that includes medical records and social security numbers.
UniCredit suffered a recent data breach which exposed PII of nearly 3 million customers. The bank said there is no stolen banking account information that enables hackers to make unauthorized transactions.
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.