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Singapore Healthcare Data Breach Brings Hefty Fines

January 22, 2019

The Singapore healthcare data breach back in July was the biggest incident of its kind ever recorded in the country. Some 1.5 million people had their personal details discovered when hackers successfully broke into SingHealth and Singapore’s public healthcare sector IT agenc...

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What Happened in the Major German Data Breach?

January 15, 2019

A widespread German data breach hit a number of politicians and celebrities in the country, most notably, the chancellor Angela Merkel. The breach of social media accounts resulted in the leaking of phone numbers, credit card details, family photos and other contact information. But who was behind t...

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Why Advocate for End to End Encryption?

November 22, 2018

End to end encryption can guarantee your privacy and the security of your data and communications. Individuals and organizations need it and use it to keep their data safe from hackers. There’s just one problem, end to end encryption is not exclusively used by the good...

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GDPR Causes Data Breach Fines to Double in UK

November 6, 2018

Data breach fines have doubled in value in the UK since the introduction of GDPR according to new evidence. American organizations operating in the market should be aware, with Equifax and Facebook among those given bigge...

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75,000 Individuals Struck by New Healthcare Hack

November 1, 2018

A healthcare hack has hit Healthcare.gov, the insurance portal for those signing up to the Affordable Care Act. The U.S Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) confirmed the attack earlier this month and said it affected 75,000 people’s ...

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