Marriott hacked again, 5.2 million guests affected

Bad actors accessed a range of personally identifiable information, including names, dates of birth and a lot more. For the second time within two years, hotel giant Marriott has disclosed that it has suffered a data breach. The new incident has affected 5.2 million of its guests, compromising a range of their personal information, including … More Marriott hacked again, 5.2 million guests affected

FC Barcelona Twitter account hacked – again

The same hackers have also gotten their mitts on social media accounts of other high-profile sporting targets. OurMine, the infamous hacker collective, hijacked the official Twitter accounts of FC Barcelona, the Olympics and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Saturday. The La Liga soccer giant, for one, also ran afoul of the group in 2017, … More FC Barcelona Twitter account hacked – again

Facebook privacy settings: Protect your data with these tips

As Facebook turns 16, we look at how to keep your personal information safe from prying eyes. Sixteen years, that’s how long Facebook has been around. This means that it has accompanied some of us throughout our teenage years to adulthood. Quite an achievement since websites and services tend to lose popularity over the years … More Facebook privacy settings: Protect your data with these tips

More signs that MSPs must master cybersecurity

Is it worth evolving to become a Managed Security and Service Provider (MSSP)?  The business case seems clear for MSP cybersecurity mastery, but how do you tell when an idea’s time has come? Well, if the volume of stories about Managed Service Providers (MSPs) facing increasingly advanced security threats is any indication, then the time … More More signs that MSPs must master cybersecurity

Suspected GDPR violations prompt over 95,000 complaints

Eight months after the landmark rules came into effect, data released by the European Commission provides a glimpse into the law’s application. National data protection watchdogs in the European Union (EU) have received 95,180 complaints from citizens alleging the mishandling of personal data since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May … More Suspected GDPR violations prompt over 95,000 complaints