To help people understand the scope of the data breach and privacy problem, researchers are beginning to look at it through the lens of economics.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s civil complaint outlining the details of an international insider trading scheme is an object lesson in how cybercriminals can monetize _any_ information, not just customer records or intellectual property.
More than five million passport numbers were stolen as part of the Marriott data breach, which the company says affected as many as 383 million people.
More than six months after the European data privacy regulation went into effect, we still don’t know how effective GDPR will be at protecting data privacy.
The report from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on what happened at Equifax is customer story in how a lot of small security and technology decisions can add up over time, with catastrophic results.