Chip and PIN smartcard adoption in the United States is long overdue. But the security improvement wouldn't have stopped Target's BlackPOS malware attackers
How to keep your small business safe from data breaches and hacks
Ecommerce and security experts provide 10 tips for preventing breaches and hacks and keeping customer data safe.
Yahoo could pay you $358 for its massive data breach settlement. Here's how to claim it
Was your Yahoo account among the 3 billion struck by multiple data breaches between 2013 and 2016? You might be eligible for a $358 payout.
Have You Been Hacked? How to Recover from a Data Breach
Has your small business suffered from a data breach? Here's how to recover and maintain your reputation with clients and customers.
Top hacks and data breaches
A list of the biggest known hacks and data breaches
Avoid Being Hacked: Lessons from Recent Data Breaches
This week I’m going to cover some of the high profile hacks that have happened recently, including Lastpass, Kaspersky and the White House’s Office of Personnel Management (OPM). My hope is that by learning more, you can avoid being hacked, stay more secure and know what to do if you have been hacked
How a Formula 1 team protects itself from hackers and data breaches
Graeme Hackland, IT director at Williams Martini Racing and Williams Advanced Engineering, tells ZDNet how the organisation works to avoid the nightmare scenario of getting hacked.
Top 4 Healthcare Data Breaches Stem from Hacking Incident
The four largest cases of possible healthcare data breaches so far this year were all caused by hacking or IT incidents.
What kind of information do hackers get from hospital data breaches?
Cybersecurity continues to be at the forefront of consumers’ minds, especially when their personal information is involved. Now, a new study conducted by r
Lessons from the Sony Hack: The Importance of a Data Breach Response Plan
In a decision emphasizing the need for employers to focus on data security, on June 15, 2015, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by nine
Hackers and passwords: Your guide to data breaches
When companies tell you your data was stolen, it's not always clear what really happened. Here's what the terms mean.
Hacker Lexicon: What Is a Breach Notification?
TL;DR: Breach Notification refers to the notification that businesses, government agencies and other entities are required by law in most states to do when certain personally identifiable information is obtained, or believed to have been obtained by an unauthorized party. Breach Notification refers to the notification that businesses, government agencies and other entities are required \[…\]
Anatomy of a Breach: How Hackers break in
Did you know that an attacker can be present on a network for more than 200 days before being detected? Imagine the damage that can be done to an organization during that time: Accessing sensitive data about your company, products, employees and clients. Altering the operating system on every computer in your network. Causing irreparable
How to Protect Your Business From a Data Breach
Businesses need to take cybersecurity seriously. Here are six ways to make sure you are protecting your business.
How To Save Your Company From a Data Breach
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How to Tell If Your Credit Card Was Hacked in the Global Payments Breach [Updated]
On Friday, March 31st, news broke that credit card processor Global Payments suffered a massive security breach, in which intruders made off with thousands—possibly millions—of credit card numbers from hundreds of of card issuers worldwide. The story is still developing, and the hows and whys of how the card numbers were lost will be debated for years, but the bigger question is what should you do right now to make sure your money is safe? Here are a few tips.
How Confident Is Your Business In Recovering From A Breach?
The best way to deal with cybersecurity risks is to establish a strong defense against them.