TBG Data Breaches Part 2: It’s not (necessarily) your fault

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Last time I discussed the ‘Did they really do that?!’ kind of data breach, the one where you can’t quite see how an organization could manage to have that much data exposed that openly for that long. We all laugh, but as the news clearly demonstrates, it could happen to any company of any size with seemingly any budget.

Malicious actors, however, aren’t just sitting around waiting for the latest instance of an accidental data splurge. They’re ...

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Takeaways from 2017’s worst cyber hacks, data leaks and breaches

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2017 may be remembered as the year where people and organizations were hammered by mega breaches. We estimate that more US residents lost private or sensitive data this year than ever before.

This is largely thanks to massive cyber events which were either designed to steal data, hold a company for ransom, or embarrass organizations by publicizing private data, such as customer details to unreleased television series. Sometimes, however, it’s just do to simple human error. ...

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