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ZDNet: Hard Rock, Loews hotels admit data breach

ZDNet: Hard Rock, Loews hotels admit data breach. “Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos alongside Loews Hotels have warned customers that a security failure may have resulted in the theft of their information. 31 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Prevent data breaches, dont just report them

Jeff Kosseff Contributor

Jeff Kosseff is an assistant professor of cybersecurity constitution at the United States Naval Academy. The the opinions expressed are merely his, and do not represents the Naval Academy or Department of Navy. 25 more words

Important Steps to Be Followed While Dealing with Data Breaches

The data breaches happen when the confidential documents and information are stolen or hacked by any unauthorized individual or a third party. Data leakage has become a common online phenomenon nowadays, and the payment gateways are not safe anymore. 334 more words


Google Wiping Private Medical Records From Search Results

If the thought of a stranger accessing your medical history online gives you the creeps, you’re not alone: In an effort to tamp down on the spread of such private information, Google has started wiping private medical records from its search results. 181 more words

Telecom & Technology

RoboForm 8 Feature Highlight: How Strong is Your Password?

This post is part of our RoboForm 8 Feature Highlight series.

Data breaches and hacks have become almost as sure as the sun rising. As their frequency increases, so too should your level of protection. 171 more words


Man Admits He Helped Steal 94,000 Credit, Debit Card Numbers From Michaels Stores

If you can stretch your memory all the way back to the spring of 2011, before data breaches seemed commonplace, perhaps you will recall when Michaels warned customers that PIN pad information at some of its stores… 187 more words

Retail Services

Kotaku: GameStop Customers' Credit Cards May Have Been Stolen, Company Says

Kotaku: GameStop Customers’ Credit Cards May Have Been Stolen, Company Says. “A very bad year for GameStop got even worse this week, as the retailer sent out letters to online customers informing them that their credit cards may have been stolen.”

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