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Articles Tagged with ''data theft''
Hackers reportedly stole 42 million customer records, including email addresses and clear-text passwords, from Cupid Media’s network of dating websites. A file containing the Cupid Media user data was found on the same server where hackers also stored millions of records stolen from Adobe, PR Newswire, the U.S. National White Collar Crime Center and other organizations.
Visitors to the upcoming Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, will be able to access the Internet faster and in more places than any previous Olympics, all for free to guests. However Russia’s FSB security service is reportedly installing a sweeping and invasive surveillance service to ensure that they will be able to intercept, read and even filter every digital communication passing through the city’s telephone and Internet networks during the game, leading to many security experts suggesting that visitors leave their devices at home.
The cost, frequency and time to resolve cyberattacks continue to rise for the fourth consecutive year, says a report by the Ponemon Institute.
The estimated loss of thousands of cell phones could result in the loss of 214.4 terabytes of data – the equivalent 214.4 million books.
Thousands of Medicaid clients in Utah are victims of hackers who broke into a server at the Utah Department of Health last week.
The UK and the US have better defenses against cyberattacks than China, partly because they have better internal data-sharing practices, according to a McAfee report.
Sony’s PlayStation Network is reported to have 70 million registered users worldwide. On May 2, 2011, Sony issued a statement that 12,700 credit cards and 24.6 million user accounts were compromised. The stolen data included names, addresses, dates of birth, passwords, security questions and answers and credit card information. This compromise is said to be one of the largest and most high-profile online data thefts to date.