data loss

Rumours of Facebook privacy changes – but will it be too little too late?

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Transport website leaking private information of 168,000 passengers

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Data breaches spiral around Nick Clegg in UK election

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UK firms face £500,000 fine for losing data

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Wikileaks closes down.. for now

Wikileaks, the site which (amongst other scoops) released details of the BNP’s membership list, exposed Sarah Palin’s private emails, and the secret works of Scientology has announced that it is suspending operations.. for now at least.

According to a statement on the Wikileaks website, the whistle-blowing website has closed temporarily due to a lack of funding.

Flash drive manufacturers warn: Hackers can decrypt ‘secure’ USB sticks

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ICO warns of tougher penalties for future data leaks

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T-Mobile customers’ personal data sold to rivals

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What the BNP membership list leak can teach us all

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Microsoft recovers lost Sidekick data

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Catastrophic data loss for Sidekick users

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IT Admin Gets Jail Time For Sabotaging Ex-Employer’s Network

Hell hath no fury like an IT support administrator scorned. At least that’s the message being heard loud and clear by firms that are finding their networks at risk of attack from former employees.

Read more in my article on the Dark Reading website.

One tall data loss and an apple bran muffin to go

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