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Data breaches continue to be a threat. In the last year, at least 11 consumer companies reported that customer information was made vulnerable.
Buca di Beppo diners may have had their credit-card details stolen after the restaurant chain’s parent company was hit with a major data breach
Buca di Beppo's parent company Earl Enterprises was hit with a data breach that may have exposed customers' names and credit- and debit-card numbers.
Cyber-criminals sold 20,000 Singaporean bank cards on the dark web last year – and hundreds of credentials from government sites were stolen in 2 year...
Cyber-criminals stole users' logins and passwords from MOE, MOH, SPF, and NUS.
BlackRock accidentally posted spreadsheets full of information on thousands of financial advisors that use its ETFs, calling some ‘dabblers̵...
The world's largest asset manager reportedly linked three spreadsheets of detailed info on the firm's advisor clients on its website for its ETF line.
Millions of files from the Oklahoma government, including details of FBI investigations, were left exposed in a massive data breach
The millions of files contained information from FBI case files dating back to 2012, including interviews and witness statements.
Nearly 773 million email accounts have been exposed in a massive data breach. Here’s how to check if you were affected.
It's a massive data dump called "Collection #1," and it contains cracked passwords.
Millions of people had their personal information compromised this year in data breaches. See which companies were hit the hardest.
Chinese state hackers reportedly responsible for data breach affecting 500 million customers at Marriott, the US government’s biggest hotel prov...
China has reportedly been trying to build a database containing US government officials' personal information. The data included passport numbers.
On Monday, Google announced that it would be shutting down Google+ four months early in April 2019 after another bug was discovered.
Google+ will shut down 4 months early after Google discovered a 2nd bug affecting user data for more than 52 million
On Monday, Google announced that it would be shutting down Google+ four months early after another data leak was discovered.