Genuine information about a vast number of people is available on the dark Web for very low prices, the firm PrivacyAffairs says, adding that given this availability it was easy to fake the identity of many individuals.
More than four billion data records were compromised by data breaches worldwide in the first half of 2018, with six social media breaches accounting for more than 56% of the records compromised, according to a new global security report.
Oops'¦ Sony's done it again. No longer can the venerable Japanese electronics behemoth simply 'make.believe' its networks are secure, no longer is network security just a final fantasy. In the real world, consequences can be worse!
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