Orgs Reportedly Spending 60% More to Recover from Insider Threats
A new study from The Ponemon Institue found that organizations are spending nearly 60% more to recover from insider threats compared to three years ago.
Wawa Breach: 30 Million Credit Card Details for Sale Online
Hackers are selling the payment card details of more than 30 million Americans and over 1 million foreigners on Joker's Stash, the internets largest payment card forum.
DHS Warn of Possible Iranian Cyber Attack Following the Killing of Qassem Soleimani
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning about the possibility of cyber attacks from Iran in the wake of the killing of the top Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani.
Airbus Hit by Cyber Attacks on Multiple Suppliers
Security sources have found that the European aerospace giant Airbus has been hit by a series of cyberattacks by hackers who targeted the company's suppliers in search of technical secrets, with suspicions the attack is linked to China.
400 Million Facebook Users' Phone Numbers Exposed
The phone numbers associated with over 400 million Facebook accounts were exposed online in the latest privacy dilemma for the social media giant.
Hy-Vee Point-of-Sale Systems Suffers Security Breach
Hy-Vee experienced a hack that impacted some of its payment processing systems that are associated to transactions at various Hy-Vee fuel pumps and drive-thru coffee shops.
European Central Bank Website Hacked
The European Central Bank (ECB) had to shut down one of its websites after it was hacked and infected with malicious software.
700K Guest Records Stolen in Choice Hotels Breach
Hospitality franchisor Choice Hotels, the parent organization of those franchise chains, has confirmed a breach in which attackers stole 700,000 guest records from a publicly available MongoDB database without a password or any authentication.
Singapore Government takes action on Cyber Security & Data Protection standards across the public sector
Following two major data breaches in the last year, the Singapore Government has announced measures to reform their data-protection standards across the public sector.
US Online Retailer CafePress May Have Exposed Customer Data
Online retailer CafePress, which specializes in custom T-shirts and merchandise, is reported to have suffered a data breach involving sensitive information of more than 23 million customers in February of 2019.