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The 2020 Twitter Security Breach: What Your Business Can Learn

Not everyone has lost money during the pandemic. On July 16, 2020, social media platform Twitter was hacked through an intricate social engineering scheme. The ill-fated security breach resulted in the cyber-terrorists getting away with $120,000 in bitcoin. How Did This Happen? The culprits utilised a system called spear phishing. Spear phishing is the use …

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Do businesses still collect and store more data than they need?

Monday marks the two-year anniversary of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Strict regulations were introduced on May 25th 2008 on how organisations should handle customer data. Why then, even after two whole years of GDPR compliance, do organisations collect and store more customer data than they need? A recent Netwrix survey found that 61 …

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EasyJet admits data breach affecting 9 million customers

Low-cost airline EasyJet has admitted that a “highly sophisticated cyber-attack” has affected approximately nine million customers. Email addresses and itineraries were stolen and that 2,208 customers had also had their credit card details “accessed”. It is thought the attackers had access to the data of customers who booked flights from 17 October to 4 March …

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iCaaS launches data protection training software for home workers

Employees across the UK now find themselves working from home and iCaaS has responded by launching a training solution to meet their needs. iCaaS is the Trusted Standard in Data Protection and helps businesses achieve, manage and maintain full data compliance through our fully cloud-based software solution. We have launched a training solution to meet …

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