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Unmask cybercriminals through identity attribution

Organized crime has grown more complex since the turn of the century—coinciding with the rise of the digital world, cybercriminals have leveraged the proliferation of technology to broaden their reach with a

Employee negligence can be a leading contributor to data breaches

Two thirds (68%) of businesses reported their organization has experienced at least one data breach in the past 12 months, and nearly three in four (69%) of those data breaches involved the

DoorDash Breach Exposes Data on Nearly Five Million Users

US food delivery service DoorDash is in the process of notifying its customers after discovering a data breach affecting millions of consumers. The firm claimed in a notice published yesterday that an unauthorized

Dunkin’ Sued for Keeping Data Breach Secret

New York is suing Dunkin’ for allegedly failing to inform its customers of multiple cyber-attacks that compromised customer accounts. According to the lawsuit, filed in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, money was stolen by

Employees are mistakenly confident that they can spot phishing emails

While a majority (79%) of people say they are able to distinguish a phishing message from a genuine one, nearly half (49%) also admit to having clicked on a link

How data breaches forced Amazon to update S3 bucket security

Amazon launched its Simple Storage Service (better known as S3) back in 2006 as a platform for storing just about any type of data under the sun. Since then, S3

Behind The Data Breach: Understanding Cloud Security And Misconfigurations

Many breaches occurring today are applications that reside in the cloud. We often hear the cause is a misconfiguration on the customer side. So, what can be done to aid

Cybersecurity Firm Imperva Discloses Breach

Imperva, a leading provider of Internet firewall services that help Web sites block malicious cyberattacks, alerted customers on Tuesday that a recent data breach exposed email addresses, scrambled passwords, API keys and SSL

Hostinger Breach Prompts Reset of All User Passwords

A data breach at web hosting company Hostinger has prompted the company to reset the passwords of all its customers.  Hostinger, which operates from Kaunas, Lithuania, reset the passwords of 29 million

So Much Of Our Lives Have Been Exposed Through Breaches We Have No Privacy Left

It is ironic that we still talk about the quaint notion of “privacy” in a digital world in which we barter away our privacy for the privilege of being able