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Breach at food delivery service Chowbus reportedly affects hundreds of thousands of customers
The incident is a blow for a budding company that had recently attracted funding from Silicon Valley and New York venture firms alike.
Anthem to pay $39.5 million to states in latest settlement over 2015 hack
The company previously agreed to pay $115 million in connection with the incident.
No hacking needed: Someone duped Experian into handing over data in breach affecting 24 million South Africans
For fraudsters looking to swindle big corporations, sometimes it’s just a matter of asking.
Insurer's huge data exposure draws charges from New York state
The complaint is the first action under new Department of Financial Services regulations.
Iran-linked hackers steal sensitive data from US Navy member, researchers say
The server appears to belong to a hacking outfit that IBM calls ITG18, and which overlaps with groups known as Charming Kitten and Phosphorous.
Michigan man accused in 2014 hack of medical center, sale of data on 65,000 people
Justin Sean Johnson allegedly hacked the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pennsylvania’s largest health care system.