Mobile data breaches rarely occur, but that doesn’t mean your smartphone isn’t vulnerable.
The carrier has been penalized for failing to protect its customers’ personal information.
Hackers stole medical claims data and other patient information from health insurer Premera Blue Cross.
A data breach at the nation’s second-largest health insurer may affect up to 80 million.
A new study suggests anonymous credit card data isn’t really so anonymous.
The incident illustrates why you should use an unique password for each of your accounts.
Consumers are still opting for the all-too-easily discernible “password” and “12345.”
The fast-food chain is looking into reports of potential unusual activity involving consumer credit and debit cards.
Another data breach has become official in 2014. Staples confirmed on Friday that approximately 1.16 million consumer credit and debit cards were compromised as part of an incident it has been investigating since October. According to Staples, hackers obtained cardholder names, payment card numbers, expiration dates, and card verification codes, after sneaking malware onto the point-of-sale systems
The attack may have compromised consumers’ credit and debit card account numbers, expiration dates and verification codes.