Category: Encryption News

Telefonica leaks millions of customers’ personal information
Spain’s Telefonica, one of the largest telecommunications providers, delivering services to over 20 countries has experienced a security breach potentially leaking millions of its customers personal and financial information. A [...]
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Four proactive tactics for data protection success
Data volumes continue to grow, our digital footprint continues to spread and data breaches continue to rise.  We are battling a digital information privacy war and our businesses and data are [...]
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Typeform breach has significant knock-on effect and…the data was not encrypted!
Within a month of each other, two third-party data breaches one at PageUp and another at Typeform have impacted a multitude of businesses and thousands of individuals. Both companies offer [...]
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Gmail app developers are actually reading your emails!
Not long-ago Google pledged to stop scanning the inboxes of Gmail users for advertising purposes, however, it continues to allow outside app developers to read users’ private Gmail messages. A [...]
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Facebook opens up about its extensive data sharing habits
In a 747-page report delivered to Congress, Facebook has opened up about how it manages its Users’ data and has admitted to allowing technology companies and application developers special access [...]
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Facebook quiz app leaks data of 120 million users
While people are still trying to come to terms with the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook and its quiz apps are at it again! Another flaw’s been discovered in a [...]
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Ticketmaster breach compromises personal data of 40,000 UK customers
Ticketmaster UK, one of the world’s largest ticketing companies, has confirmed a potential breach of security which may have compromised personal information of some of its customers. It’s understood the [...]
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Doubting Office 365 security…build security layers!
Businesses use and continue to adopt Office 365; the driver is mainly to reduce costs and improve productivity. With so many reliant on the service, Microsoft continues to improve its [...]
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Time to wake up and act on cyber security
The Dixons Carphone data breach shows how vulnerable customer’s data can still be despite the introduction of GDPR last month. The breach is the first large scale attack on the [...]
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Phishing emails can bypass Office 365 Security
It’s been uncovered that phishing emails may go through undetected by Office 365 security. A tactic used by cybercriminals manipulates font sizes which disrupts the Office 365 protection strategy and [...]
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