data theft

Posted today at SC Magazine Cybercrime Corner

Plenty more (potential) phish in the C:: The consequences of the Epsilon breach may have been a little overstated, but the Texas data exposures are far from trivial. Every picture tells a story: Your smartphone might be giving away more information than you really want to share. David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP ESET Senior Research

They Do Everything Bigger in Texas

I'll see your Epsilon mail addresses and raise you 3 1/2 million Texans' personal records. While the Epsilon leak got an excessive amount of media attention, given its limited potential for phishing (let alone spear phishing), it seems bizarre that there hasn't been much more attention paid to the exposure of all those employment/retirement records exposed for,

Public Access PCs Booby-Trapped

…keyloggers were found to have been attached to PCs used by members of the public…

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