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More than 200,000 people were affected by the breach at the hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, which exposed personal information.
The lead has launched two investigations within the department and from Mayor Bill de Blasio's office.
Muhammad Fahd pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy in 2020 and was sentenced on September 16, 2021
Half of Americans believe their private text conversations aren't secure, and 64 percent say their social media activity is not very or not at all secure.
The HBCU is investigating the cyberattack with the FBI and Washington, D.C.'s city government.
Data collected by a Norwegian student shows Bluetooth devices could be used to track their wearer's location and even build a picture of their habits.
T-Mobile said it discovered "how this bad actor illegally gained entry to our servers and we have closed those access points", so there is no further risk.
The data stolen included the social security numbers as well as drivers' licenses, phone numbers, and names of 47 million customers.
Preliminary analysis of the data breach indicated the records of former or prospective customers who had at one point applied for credit were taken in the attack.
The company described the breach as a "malicious attack."
Following the massive Facebook data breach, American University student Zamaan Qureshi shared his discovery of data that the social media company tracks when users are not even on Facebook.
After Facebook user data was found on a hacker forum, people may want to find out if their information has been compromised.
Investigators believe Christopher Allen Freeman stole explicit videos from phones that had been brought to his store for repair.
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The documents contain sensitive personal and financial information, but the group that released it says it did so in the public interest.
Researchers discovered that this vulnerability could allow hackers to compromise platform encryption keys and steal sensitive information.
The data included names, home addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers, but does not appear to have resulted in the loss of guests' financial details, an MGM spokesperson said.
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Since 2005, 1.6 billion records have been compromised, which is nearly five times the size of the U.S. population
Photograph IDs, phone numbers and home addresses were allegedly among records found in a trove of data left online without password protection. The database was allegedly exposed for over a month.
After a judge awarded nearly $80 million to the attorneys, claimants in the Equifax case are unlikely to receive the $125 payout.
If Wawa customers have shopped in stores between March 4 and December 12, 2019, it is highly likely that their data could have been compromised
"We take the security of our community very seriously," said the food delivery company, which wasn't aware of the May breach until earlier this month.
"We are still investigating this case for legitimacy and relevancy. After refusing to cooperate and continuing with this extortion, this individual has begun distributing the data," Binance said.
"Capital One's lax data security has cost more than 100 million customers their privacy, and we believe legal action is the only motivation to force real accountability to those affected."
The negotiated settlement, including associated fines and penalties, is the most costly agreement stemming from a data breach to date.
"She had a habit of openly struggling with her state of mind in public channels," said an online friend of accused hacker Paige A. Thompson.
"No bank account numbers or Social Security numbers were compromised, other than: about 140,000 Social Security numbers of our credit card customers" and "about 80,000 linked bank account numbers of our secured credit card customers," the company wrote.
The breach has affected personal and small business credit card customers and applicants between 2005 and early 2019.