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Data breach litigation: What enterprises should know

30 Nov 2017

Data breach litigation can be highly detrimental to an organization that just suffered a major security incident. Find out what kinds of legal action enterprises could face in the event of a data breach. Read More

Data breach an opportunity to build trust

By Warwick Ashford 28 Nov 2017

In the light of the high number of data breaches, organisations should embrace the inevitable and ensure they can build better trust if they are breached, an information security professional advises Read More

Australian broadcaster hit by data breach

By Aaron Tan 20 Nov 2017

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is the latest organisation to fall prey to misconfigured Amazon S3 storage buckets, exposing database backups and sensitive data such as login credentials Read More

Risk & Repeat: Analyzing the accidental data breach

By Rob Wright 07 Dec 2017

In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss the rise of accidental data breaches following a series of enterprise exposures of user data online. Read More

Equifax breach bigger than first reported

By Warwick Ashford 03 Oct 2017

Credit rating firm says up to 145.5 million consumers may have been affected by cyber breach earlier this year Read More

Proposed data breach legislation could put executives in jail

By Rob Wright 01 Dec 2017

Democratic senators have proposed data breach legislation that could lead to jail time for some executives who conceal breaches and fail to disclose them to consumers. Read More

Uber breach affected 2.7 million Britons

By Alex Scroxton 29 Nov 2017

Last year’s data breach, which saw the details of 57 million accounts compromised, affected about 2.7 million accounts in the UK Read More

Equifax breach claims another scalp

By Warwick Ashford 26 Sep 2017

The CEO of Equifax has stepped down – the third executive to leave the company after it disclosed a massive data breach Read More

Uber data breach raises unsettling questions for infosec

By Rob Wright 22 Nov 2017

The Uber data breach episode is another black eye for the ride sharing company, but the cover up raises troubling implications for the infosec community. Read More

Government urged to improve redress for mass data breaches

By Warwick Ashford 22 Nov 2017

Open letter calls for UK government to make it easier for consumers to get compensation for mass data breaches by implementing an effective system for collective redress Read More