With an increase of 54% in breaches over the last year and more than 4 billion records compromised, 2019 has had its share of some of the largest breaches of all time. Here’s a round up of the biggest data breaches of the year.
Halloween is right around the corner, but witches, goblins and ghouls aren’t the only things causing a fright this month. Organisations continue to be haunted by the threat of poisoned ransomware, devilish data breaches, and phantom phishing.
As data breaches become increasingly more common, it’s not a matter of ‘if’ an organisation is going to be attacked but ‘when’. 2018 was a landmark year for data breaches but according to a Risk Based Security research report, the first six months of 2019 have already seen more than 3,800…
Advances in digital technologies and the growth of the internet have led to an explosion in online crime. As traditional crimes like burglary and car theft continue to fall, online fraud has quickly become the most common crime in the UK with almost one in ten people falling victim. Criminals have shifted…
Lynda.com has suffered a data breach in which an unauthorized third-party accessed the passwords for 55,000 of its members.
Spam messages masquerading as credit card emails are using password-protected documents with malicious macros to infect users with Cerber ransomware.
A new study has revealed that "love," "star," and "girl" were among the most common words used in leaked passwords.
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A group of hackers defaced hundreds of websites after they hijacked a web-hosting server operated by a UK online services company.
Authorities have arrested a brother and sister for hacking the private email accounts of and stealing information from high-profile Italian politicians and executives.