Tags » Data Breaches

From A Data Analyst: Please Protect Your Data Privacy

As a data analyst, I’m at the front lines of tracking, cookies and all those interesting technologies that track people. And what I’m seeing is scary.  361 more words

Data Breaches

29% of Consumers Don't Trust Retailers With Securing Their Data

An ACI Worldwide global fraud study of more than 6,100 consumers across 20 countries revealed distrust among global consumers in retailers to protect their data. 423 more words

PCI DSS

New York: a Microscopic View on Growing Data Breaches

Data breaches have tripled over the last seven years for New York alone. A total of 22.8 million personal records have been compromised. On the micro-level, each personal record compromised accounts for $188. 198 more words

Cybersecurity

AT&T Security Breach: The Good News, the Bad News, and Safeguarding Your Social

Posted on Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 by Eva Velasquez

AT&T has warned customers of a security breach in which three contracted workers accessed personally identifiable information like customer names and Social Security numbers.

Data Breaches

Symantec tries to fill shortage of cybersecurity workers with $2 million donation

The recent slew of high-profile data breaches (like the one that afflicted Target and millions of the retailer’s customers) have highlighted the need for skilled cybersecurity workers. 501 more words

Tech

Annual Report to Congress on Breaches of Unsecured Protected Health Information

Recently, the Secretary of Health and Human Services submitted to Congress an annual report containing the number and nature of breaches of unsecured protected health information reported to the Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) as required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”), and the actions taken in response to those breaches (“Report”). 326 more words

HIPAA

What's Worse? Data Breaches Or Government Surveillance?

What the hell is wrong with 45% of you? I understand that you’re entitled to your opinion, but our free speech laws protect my right to tell you that you (well, at least 45% of you) are crazy. 239 more words

Marketing