On October 17, 2018, marijuana became legal in Canada. 15 days later, Ontario suffered a data breach in one of its stores.
The Canadian RCMP have found themselves to be out over $100,000 after a gas card was cloned by organized criminals.
Mozilla is expanding its offerings once again. This time, they are offering VPN service to their users.
Cathay Pacific is the latest to admit they were hit with a data breach. It is estimated that 9.4 million accounts were compromised.
In terms of raw numbers, it is considered the biggest data breach ever. Now, Yahoo! is going to pay $50 million.
As the litigation war intensifies between ISPs, states, and the Trump administration, American’s are increasingly relying on VPN services for protection.
It was a data breach that affected 78.8 million people in 2015. Now, Anthem is settling with the US government for $16 million.
If you have $42,200 burning a hole in your pocket, you too can buy the voter registration information of 35 million American’s on a hacking forum.
Irish authorities and the FBI are both launching investigations surrounding the recent Facebook data breach.
The 50 million user data breach apparently affected 5 million European users. Some are saying that Facebook could be slapped with a $1.63 billion fine.