Data Breach

Marriott Just Got Hit By Another Data Breach—For At Least the 7th Time Since 2010

Hackers obtained about 20GB of data after gaining access to one of the hotel chain's servers.

8 Ways You Can Make Your Mac More Secure Right Now

With data breaches and malware attacks becoming more and more common, check out these simple steps to help keep your data secure.

Mykola Srebniuk

How to Protect Your Customers (and Your Brand) From Data Breaches

Data breaches can strike your business at any time. Knowing how to manage that crisis is essential.

Adam Petrilli

8 Ways a Data Breach Could Take Out Your Company Tomorrow

If your company uses, collects, stores or relies on first-party data (and what successful company these days doesn't?), you face all kinds of security-related risks.

Fei Zou

T-Mobile Says Data on Over 48 Million People Stolen by Hackers

The stolen data includes customer names, dates of birth, social security numbers, and driver's license information.

The Epoch Times

50 Things You Need To Know To Optimize Your Company's Approach to Data Privacy and Cybersecurity

Experts give their advice on how to best protect your company's data and sensitive information from cyber attacks.

Jason Remilard

Here's How to Check If Your Phone Number Was Leaked in the Massive Facebook Breach

Over the weekend, the personal data of more than 533 million Facebook users was published in a hacking forum.

Justin Chan

Why Digital Adoption Deserves Center Stage

Finding the right technology is just the first step. For transformation to be a true success, you need to change cultures and mindsets.

Ralph Tkatchuk

Importance Of Data Security In the Digital Age

Effective accumulation of data, its management and ensuring safety is actively becoming a routine imperative for businesses, especially in the customer service industry

Report: Instacart Customer Data Is Being Sold on the Dark Web

Instacart denies there has been a breach of its servers, so where is the personal data coming from?

Matthew Humphries

Reddit's CEO Explosively Describes TikTok as 'Parasitic' and 'Spyware'

The US government is scrutinizing TikTok's handling of user data closely, and many government agencies have banned their staff from using it because of its Chinese roots.