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| |What You Need To Know About PCI DSS Compliance This Holiday Season Protecting Santa’s Workshop...and Payment Card Data
| |Frances Travel Alert Registry Hacked The French foreign ministry said Thursday its travel alert registry website had been pirated and citizens personal data "could be misused".
In a statement the ministry did not say how many people were affected by the breach of the Ariane...
| |How Well Are You Protecting Your Brand From Digital Risk? Without an online presence an organization doesn’t exist, and having a website is just the baseline. Today, an organization’s Internet presence has expanded to include other digital channels. Companies of all sizes are actively using...
| |Rhode Island Sues Alphabet Over Google+ Security Incidents A government organization in Rhode Island announced on Wednesday that it has filed a lawsuit against Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., over the recent security incidents involving the Google+ social network.
| |U.S. Believes Chinese Intelligence Behind Marriott Hack The United States said Wednesday that China was behind the massive hack of data from hotel giant Marriott, part of an ongoing global campaign of cyber-theft run by Beijing.
| |Grammarly Launches Public Bug Bounty Program Grammarly, the popular service for checking grammar and spelling, this week announced the launch of a public bug bounty program.
Grammarly has been running a private bug bounty program with HackerOne for more than a year. The program has...
| |New Variant Of Shamoon Malware Uploaded To VirusTotal A new variant of the destructive Shamoon malware was uploaded to VirusTotal this week, but security researchers haven’t linked it to a specific attack yet.
| |U.S. House Report Blasts Equifax Over Poor Security Leading To Massive 2017 Breach Equifax Could Have Prevented Massive Data Breach, Report From U.S. House Says
| |Super Micro: No Malicious Hardware Found On Motherboards California-based Super Micro told customers on Tuesday that it has conducted a thorough investigation in response to a Bloomberg article claiming that Chinese spy chips had been planted on its servers, but found no evidence of malicious...
| |Personal Details Of 120 Million Brazilians Exposed Misconfigured databases with poor or absent access controls on both cloud and in-house servers is a known and common problem. Where these databases are exposed to the internet, anybody -- with or without cyber expertise -- can access the...
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