Data breaches are all too common in today’s world. Our whole lives are online. We have accounts of every kind: shopping, banking, kid’s websites and games, video streaming, restaurants, among others. It’s staggering really. With all these data breaches, what should I do after data breach? Do we know what steps need to be taken,...
National Basketball Association (NBA), Hitachi Energy, Latitude Financial, Healthcare provider (ILS), Skoda Auto India, Rubrik, and Zoll Medical.
Acronis, AT&T, HDB Financial Services, DC Health Link, Acer, and Cerebral.
Credit Suisse, DiData, Hatch Bank, BidenCash, GunAuction, WH Smith, The University of Saskatchewan (USask), Reventics, and U.S. Marshals Service.
Activision, US Military Emails, The Good Guys, Stanford University, TELUS, Indigo, and Rancho Mesquite Casino
FBI, Pepsi Bottling Ventures, GoDaddy, 500 Cricket Stars Passport Breach, Scandinavian airline SAS, CHS, Atlassian, and Cutout.
Toyota, Reddit, AmerisourceBergen, TruthFinder, Instant Checkmate, FR8, Weee!, and A10 Networks.
PokerBaazi recently faced a significant security lapse when it was discovered that an internal database containing sensitive user information was left exposed to the internet for more than 2 months.
Google Fi, Puma, U.S. No Fly list, JD Sports, and Arnold Clark.
Insulet, Zacks Investment Research, Network of knockoff apparel stores, FanDuel, and Lutheran Social Services of Illinois (LSSI).
Riot Games, T-Mobile, PayPal, MailChimp, and Ontario’s Liquor Control Board.