On October 17, 2018, marijuana became legal in Canada. 15 days later, Ontario suffered a data breach in one of its stores.
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.
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.
There’s been a major security incident at Facebook. The company admits that they were hacked and 50 million accounts were affected.
The Equifax data breach hit 147 million citizens. Now, Equifax is facing a £500,000 in the UK because of it.
It is being considered one of Britain’s largest data breaches. Hackers gained entry to Dixons Carphone and accessed 5.9 million credit cards.
Another day, another data breach. This time, employee application site PageUp is the latest victim with a breach that is at least 2 million users big.
Concert ticket website Ticketfly has been hacked. As a result, 26 million accounts have been affected.