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Capital One Hack Hits 100 Million US Citizens

August 13, 2019

In a hack that took advantage of a misconfiguration within Amazon’s cloud firewall, 100 million US citizens had their personal data stolen. The Capital One hack affected social security numbers, bank account numbers and other personal infor...

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Are Organizations Doing Enough to Prevent Data Breach?

August 8, 2019

How can an organization best prevent future data breaches from happening? We often we see organizations fail at the first obstacle. They don’t even know a data breach attack is taking place. How can you prevent a breach if you don’t have the right cybersecurity software to ...

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Equifax Data Breach Reaches Settlement Conclusion

August 6, 2019

The settlement for the Equifax data breach of 2017 has been agreed by the FTC. It is the largest of its kind ever agreed by the agency and could see Equifax pay up to $700m in compensation.Credit monitoring or a $125 pay...

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Cryptocurrency Hack Strikes Japanese Exchange

July 23, 2019

The price of bitcoin and other virtual currencies has been volatile in 2019, rising and falling fast. And that’s partly due to the increase of and damage of cryptocurrency hacks, the latest of which struck the Japanese exchange in To...

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NHS Lack of Cyber Security Threatening Patient Safety

July 9, 2019

NHS Cyber Security is in need of robust augmentation and development. That’s according to a new report published by the Imperial College London’s Institute of Global Health innovation. The report was presented to the House of Lords, as the need for improved cyber security...

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