Tagged: data breaches

U.S. #1 in breached accounts yet again: Surfshark study

The latest data breach yearly recap by Surfshark shows that 300 million accounts were breached in 2023, with the United States ranking first with 97 million breaches. Russia takes second place with 79 million. France (10M), Spain (8M) and India (5M) are far behind in… Read More

Utimaco Research Suggests Most Trust Bank Data Security Efforts

Public trust in the data security methods deployed by financial institutions is high, IT security solutions provider Utimaco said in new research. Overall, 64% of people trust their financial institution’s methods. Circles of Trust 2023: Exploring Consumer Trust in the Digital Society surveyed thousands of… Read More

USA still #1 in data breaches: Surfshark study

The United States maintained its dubious top spot in data breaches as cybersecurity company Surfshark released its Q2 statistics last week. According to Surfshark, 110.8 million accounts were breached in the quarter. The USA (49.8M) accounts for nearly half of those breaches, with Russia (15.3M),… Read More

Hyperproof’s 2022 IT Compliance Benchmark Report Analyzes IT Risk Approaches

Hyperproof, a compliance operations platform company, has released its 2022 IT Compliance Benchmark Report, a survey containing comprehensive benchmarks on how companies manage IT risks and compliance efforts in a time when requirements are increasing in complexity. The responses, collected in December of 2021, come from 1,014… Read More

RockYou2021 Continues Disturbing Data Breach Trend

This week did not get off to a good start for those tasked with corporate cybersecurity as one single breach saw more than half of the number of passwords stolen. In all of 2020 swiped in one swoop. On June 7, what many believe to… Read More

Bitcoin focused Casa’s Head of Security Shares Tips to Protect Data and Digital Identity from Damaging Hacks and Security Breaches

Ron Stoner, a crypto-security expert and newly appointed Head of Security at Casa, a company focused on developing security and custody solutions for Bitcoin (BTC), notes that we’re living in a world that heavily depends on “the connectivity between our physical and digital identities.” Stoner,… Read More

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