The personally identifying information of about 2.2 million patients is at risk after a data breach at Fort Myers, Florida-based 21st Century Oncology Holdings Inc.
University of California, Berkeley was recently hit by a cyberattack that exposed the Social Security and bank account numbers of around 80,000 individuals, including students, employees and vendors.
Mobile devices are no longer safe from being hacked. And using a smartphone for workplace related tasks could be putting you, and your company, at risk.
This might be one of the more unusual ways for a data breach to occur.
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The University of Central Florida in Orlando recently discovered unauthorized access to its computer network, compromising the personally identifiable information of current and former students and faculty members.
Landry’s has released the list of all of its properties affected by a recent data breach.
A phishing scam helped expose tax and bank information for 1,400 university employees. Several suspects have been arrested.
The fast-food chain is investigating reports customers’ payment cards were compromised during visits to the restaurant.
Hundreds of customers may have had their names and Social Security numbers stolen.