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DAILY VIDEO: Facebook is hit with a class-action lawsuit following user data misuse, and fraudsters are using HTTP injectors to steal internet access, Flashpoint reports.
The 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report finds that most attacks are motivated by financial gain and organizations are slow to detect them.
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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is testifying this week before Congress; the time is right for a chat about personal information security online. Please join us April 11 for an #eWEEKchat about a direct influence on our lives.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook CEO endured more than five hours of grilling by two Senate committees and generally kept his cool, though he dodged some questions and offered incomplete answers for others. Questioning continues today in Washington, D.C.
DAILY VIDEO: Hackers use a flaw in Cisco switches to attack critical infrastructure, and TERiX's CEO gets jail time and a $100K fine for fraud in an Oracle IP case.
Verizon's 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report finds that 68 percent of breaches took months for organizations to discover.
UPDATED: Security researchers from Bastille Networks uncover a vulnerability in the alert warning siren system used in San Francisco. The impacted vendor is already deploying a fix.
Lawsuit claims that Facebook “stood idly by” as a “treasure trove of data” was transferred to third-party Cambridge Analytica, and then used in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.
Fraudsters in Latin America are manipulating HTTP headers with injector files that are enabling unauthorized internet access.
Aqua Security brings enhanced policy and compliance capabilities to its container security platform.
NEWS ANALYSIS: While Facebook continues to publicly apologize for massive user privacy breaches, an NBC news report says Facebook sent a physician to major U.S. hospitals seeking access to patient medical records.