There is no evidence that the flaw was misused during the six days it was alive, said the tech giant. Google is closing down its social network Google+ for consumers sooner than planned following the discovery of a new security issue that exposed the data of 52.5 million users. Only two months ago, Google announced … More Google+ to shut earlier as new bug exposed data of 52.5 million users
Defensive steps for Marriott Starwood guests worried their personal information may have been compromised by the massive data breach. If you are into cybersecurity, or data privacy, or staying at hotels, you have probably heard that Marriott International – one of the world’s largest hotel chains – announced a huge data breach today involving the Starwood reservations … More Marriott Starwood data breach: 5 defensive steps travelers should take now
The country’s first fine under GDPR is lower than might have been expected, however, as the company was acknowledged for its post-incident cooperation and enhanced security measures. A German social media platform called Knuddels.de has been fined with €20,000 following a breach that exposed the personal information of 330,000 users, including their passwords and e-mail … More German chat site faces fine under GDPR after data breach
Your data is very, very valuable to the right (or wrong) people. Every single piece of data has value, it doesn’t matter how mundane it might seem, any and all data can be used to build up a profile of you for advertisers or could be the key to accessing your online accounts. Jake Moore, … More How do companies use your data?
Ransomware remains a serious threat and this new white paper explains what enterprises need to know, and do, to reduce risk. Throughout 2018 criminals have continued to target large organizations with ransomware. Today we introduce a new white paper that explains why ransomware is still a serious threat to your organization – regardless of size … More Ransomware and the enterprise: A new white paper
The microblogging platform is assuring its users that has found no evidence that any data was actually stolen. Tumblr has fixed a vulnerability that it says could have exposed private user data, according to an announcement by the microblogging and social networking site. The information that could have been viewed by unauthorized parties includes email addresses, … More Tumblr patches bug that could have exposed user data