Equifax’s failure to patch a known web application security flaw—that later proved to be the root cause of the its massive data breach in 2017—is $1.38 billion. Equifax has agreed... more
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Fraud attacks increase 30% in Q3 as cybercriminals test stolen credentials in advance of holiday retail season
Fraud increased 30% overall in Q3 2019 and bot-driven account registration fraud is up 70% as cybercriminals test stolen credentials in advance of the holiday retail season. The Q4 Fraud... more
Digital transformation (DX) is fundamentally impacting the global economy and so is the changing face of data security, and Europe is no exception. Digital transformation facilitates new and transformative ways... more
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Trustwave has released the 2019 Trustwave Global Security Report, which reveals the top cybersecurity threats, breaches by industry and cybercrime trends from 2018. The report is based on the analysis... more
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Kaspersky Lab has published the results of an investigation into Genesis, an e-shop that is trading over 60,000 digital doppelgangers, stolen and legitimate digital identities, making successful credit card fraud that much... more
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