Booking.com and two other online accommodation providers have been compromised by leaving user data dating back to 2013 accessible.
In a report from iAfrikan and Troy Hunt it appears as if Experian South Africa has downplayed the amount of data gleaned during a breach.
Following last week’s Experian data breach, South African businesses have been scrambling to reassure customers that the situation is under control.
In this week’s africast, we discuss the massive Experian data breach, along with heading to cloud securely and running your DevOps therein with F5 and Westcon-Comstor.
As more information comes to light about the Experian breach, concerns are growing among South Africans.
Following this morning’s massive Experian data breach, Kaspersky has provided some protective steps for savvy consumers to take.
A fraudster managed to compromise the data of 24 million South African citizens and 793 749 businesses.
Preparation is the best cure for a potential attack and Fortinet provides some advice for how to prevent a data breach.
South Africa sits below the global average but not by much.
It’s not just Nando’s chicken making heads turn but a possible data breach as well.
It would also be a new record for GDPR-related fines.
The collection of data appears to contain data from a number of different sources though it’s tricky to confirm.
User names, addresses and encrypted passwords were taken.
A new report by the Wall Street Journal into Facebook’s recent data breach points to spammers being the culprits.
Drivers in Illinois will receive a payout amounting to $100.
An unauthorised person has gained access to contact information, employment details and more.
Hackers say they were simply alerting Liberty to a vulnerability but the firm refused to compensate them.
Time to update your password for your favourite GIF sharing website.