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The latest trend in ransomware is to steal the victim’s files, encrypt them, and blackmail them with a possible data breach if they don’t pay the ransom.
Cybercriminals have published access data and IP addresses of over 515,000 servers, routers and IoT, which can be used to control devices via Telnet.
The details of approximately 30,000 legal cannabis customers have been accidentally exposed by a software company. The data consists of scans of ID cards.
In order to protect users’ rights when it comes to their personal data, the State of California has introduced the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
The GDPR came into effect in 2018, but it wasn’t until 2019 that we saw the first million euro fines. Here we take a look at the highest fines so far.
In the middle of October an unsecured Elasticsearch server containing the personal data of 1.2 billion people was discovered exposed online.
Approximately 133 million US-based cell numbers are part of the 419 million records found by cyber-security researches on a password-free server.