Vulnerabilities

Vulnerabilities (123)

Big Banks Face Endless Defense Against Cyberattacks

The Capital One data breach shows how large financial companies are locked in an endless battle against hackers. So reports The New York Times.

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What’s the Best Response to a Ransomware Attack?

A recent spate of crippling ransomware attacks on American cities has stoked a debate about how public and private organizations should address hacker demands.

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Senate Finds U.S. Agencies Let Cybersecurity Lapse for a Decade

A U.S. Senate subcommittee’s report has found that several federal agencies failed to do enough to protect personal information in their systems over the past two White House administrations. So reports The Hill.

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Healthcare Data Hack Raises Alarm on Third-party Vendor Security

The widening breach of healthcare data involving a bill collector and three medical diagnostics companies has drawn attention from layers and lawmakers.

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Facebook Fears Emails Show Zuckerberg Knew of Privacy Issues

“Unearthed emails” appear to show that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “knew of problematic privacy practices.” So reports The Wall Street Journal.

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What Does First American’s Massive Data Compromise Mean?

First American Financial, one of the biggest U.S. real estate title insurers, confirmed on May 24 that an application design flaw had left customer data vulnerable to potential unauthorized access. The impact of the disclosure has been substantial, but the extent of any potential breach is unclear.

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Data Breaches Are Hitting More U.S. Consumers: Survey

A new survey released by HSB, part of Munich Re, finds that the portion of U.S. consumers affected by data breaches has increased.

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Microsoft Breach Highlights Risks from Customer Support

Recent revelations of a data breach at Microsoft’s email services, which include MSN.com, Hotmail.com, and Outlook.com, underscore the delicate balance between customer support and cybersecurity.

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Small Businesses Now in Hackers’ Crosshairs: Study

Cyber attackers are turning their sights toward more small businesses, according to a study by cybersecurity firm 4iQ. So reports CPO Magazine.

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Healthcare Groups Reported More Than a Breach a Day in January

Healthcare organizations disclosed 33 breaches affecting 490,937 records in January. So reports HIPAA Journal.

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