A data broker was charged on Tuesday by the Federal Trade Commission with selling sensitive personal and financial information that allowed consumers to be scammed out of millions of dollars. The information that was sold by LeapLab, details taken ... CBS News, 1 month ago
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Thomson Reuters In what is Sony's most detailed description on the types of data stolen, the company listed information such as social security numbers, credit card details, bank account information, healthcare information and compensation and ...Business Insider, 1 month ago Sony : Pictures warns staff on fraudsters misusing stolen data 4 Traders, 1 month ago If you doubted that information security was a business continuity issue consider a four letter word: Sony Continuity Central, 1 month ago Sony hack: Questions to ask your employer about data security NBCNews.com, 1 month ago
By Justin Baer And Chelsey Dulaney Morgan Stanley has terminated an employee for allegedly stealing sensitive account information from 350,000 of its wealth-management clients, or about 10% of the firm's total, and posting some of the data on the ...iMarketReports, 3 weeks ago
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One of the trickiest issues for anyone with an online presence is how to manage personal information. Almost any form of surfing leaves a data trail that advertisers, social networks and so on can use to their advantage. This data gold rush is ...Technology Review, 17 hours ago
Medical information is especially useful for criminals targeting to theft or bank fraud because hospitals store most of these data insecurely, they become prone to such attacks. VICTOR OKEKE writes Along with vast troves of credit card ...Leadership, 2 weeks ago
January 26, 2015 The President has rejected the Federal Board of Revenue's (FBR) representation against an order passed by Federal Tax Ombudsman (FTO) on the issue of theft of taxpayers' confidential data, which will now be investigated by ...Business Recorder, 1 day ago
If your key financial and personal information is stolen, it can be vexing to fix things--as I've twice discovered as a victim of identity theft. You'll spend a lot of time canceling credit cards and denying charges. But it can be more damaging if ...Morningstar.com, 2 days ago
Given the growing number of data breaches at our nation's merchants, it makes sense to address the lack of national data security and breach notification standards for retailers now. As he gives his State of the Union speech, we hope President Obama ...The Hill, 1 week ago CIOs beef up security tools in wake of 2014 data breaches SearchCIO.com, 1 week ago The Big Data Breaches of 2014 Forbes.com, 1 week ago Threat of data security breaches comes from within! Building Better Healthcare, 2 weeks ago
By John Stewart In the wake of a barrage of data thefts affecting tens of millions of U.S. citizens, President Barack Obama on Monday proposed national legislation to regulate breach notification. Other legislation proposed by Obama would ban ...Digital Transactions, 6 days ago You already have fraud protection tools that are better than the ones Obama proposed Credit Union Insight, 1 week ago Obama Wants Tougher Law to Protect Internet Users from Hacking, Identity Theft Tech Times, 2 weeks ago Breach Disclosure Law Proposed By White House Softpedia, 2 weeks ago
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Businesses large and small face a growing threat from cyber attacks. In 2013 alone, 253 data breaches exposed 552 million identities, according to a recent study by computer security software maker Symantec . How much is the threat growing? The ...Business 2 Community, 6 days ago The Essential Cyber Risk Elements Live Trading News, 1 week ago Five Essential Cyber Risk Facts Risk & Insurance, 1 week ago
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