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The healthcare billing claims vendor discovered a hacker accessed an employee workstation on March 22.
Profile data was scraped without user consent or knowledge to “build a three-dimensional picture” on millions of people.
Approximately 50,000 Minecraft accounts have been infected with malware that can format users’ hard drives, delete backup data, and remove system applications, according to a research from security vendor Avast.
A new report by Comodo Cybersecurity, released Tuesday at RSA Conference 2018, found that cryptominers have surged to the top of detected malware incidents in the first quarter of 2018.
In one report from CSO Online called “The Current State of Cybercrime,” from a study conducted less than a year ago in the U.S., it was found that 6 out of 10 boards “believe cyber risk is an IT problem.” As long as this belief exists, organization leaders will remain disengaged from the solutions and their role in supporting a robust cyber risk management strategy.
In 2000, odds were most judges wouldn’t scold most companies for not having multi-factor authentication. A password was enough. But now, when Google offers multi-factor authentication on gmail accounts, the bar has been raised. What’s reasonable has changed, and just using passwords might not be reasonable anymore.