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Today, Facebook will begin notifying the eighty-seven million Facebook users whose details were shared with Cambridge Analytica in one of the social network’s largest data breaches to date.
Under Armour revealed details last week into the biggest breach of 2018, impacting over 150 million of its MyFitnessPal health and wellness users.
New research from Verizon proves the healthcare industry is still several steps behind other industries in being able to protect patient healthcare information.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued new guidance calling on public companies to be more forthcoming when disclosing cyber security risks within their organization, even before a breach or cyber-attack occurs.
The city of Allentown, Pennsylvania is struggling to remediate a recent malware attack that’s said to cost the city nearly $1 million to mitigate.
The White House Council of Economic Advisers released a report last Friday that sought to quantify “malicious cyber activity directed at private and public entities”, including denial of service attacks, data breaches, theft of intellectual property, and sensitive financial and strategic information.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) confirmed a major privacy incident affecting almost a quarter million employees and individuals associated with DHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) investigations.
As expected, bombshell hacks were revealed one after another in 2017. From the devastating Equifax breach to the dozens of ransomware campaigns, these cyber-attacks highlight the increased vulnerability of our personal information.
Democrats on the Senate Commerce Committee have introduced legislation that would result in jail time for companies who conceal a data breach.