Monster.com does not consider itself responsible for reporting the recent third party data breach which exposed thousands of resumes as they claimed the client "owns the data".
Third-party systems form a critical component of customer experience in current digital marketplace. Companies should be aware of third party risks at all times while reaping the benefits of the increased integration.
The principle of programmatic advertising is at the heart of the case filed by Brave since 2018 where practice of real time bidding is alleged to have broken the data protection law.
Recent Instagram data scraping by HYP3R has raised many privacy concerns as the trusted Facebook marketing partner was found scraping and re-packaging social media data for advertisers.
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.
Cloud solution provider PCM claimed minimal impact to their customers even though recent breach of Office 365 administrative credentials could lead to exposure of personal data and sensitive business documents.
Third party data breach struck Quest Diagnostics’ billing vendor which exposed patients’ sensitive information including social security numbers and medical information.
About 90 major hotels and resorts worldwide had their security logs exposed in a third party data breach. Source of the breach is ironically from their management company's intrusion detection system.
It’s a reality that companies are outsourcing almost every aspect of their operations thus effective vendor risk management is becoming more crucial, how should you do it?
What are the privacy policies of CDN and infrastructure providers? Are these providers merely providing passive conduits to host vendors’ content or offering more services like user tracking, profiling, and identity matching?