Online learning platform Thinkful just got a lesson in online dangers. The company reported a data breach that affected all of its 40 million users.
A hacking group dubbed Tortoiseshell is using a fake website to attack U.S. veterans. Their motives are unclear — which makes this even more worrisome.
Nobody likes stale donuts, but Dunkin’ Donuts apparently thought it could wait three years to report a data breach. New York says this is a half-baked idea.
As criminals learn new and innovative methods of attack, these startups are at the forefront of weaponizing artificial intelligence to boost cybersecurity.
Companies hit by data breaches get the headlines, but the affected users get the headaches. Victims should consider these data breach remedial actions.
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