Another misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 cloud storage bucket has been left insecure this time exposing the sensitive data of 12,000 social media influencers, most of whom were female.
Sophisticated implants such as Gold Dragon, Brave Prince, Ghost419, and RunningRat allow hackers to steal sensitive data from systems owned by organisations involved with the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
New research from Web Foundry that polled 1,000 parents of children of school age suggests that UK schools need to invest in their online strategy.
A majority (84 percent) of UK consumers believe that fewer than 20 companies hold sensitive information about them online.
In the UK, the rate of successful 'visual hacks' — many achieved by viewing people's computer screens — was 87 percent. The worldwide average is 91 percent.
The top 10 concerns that prevent enterprise businesses from moving their sensitive information to the cloud have been identified.
In 2015, the average company had roughly 9.9 million files accessible to every employee regardless of their roles.
Organisations failing to protect information within Big Data projects