The Marriott hotel empire’s Starwood reservation database has been subject to unauthorised access since 2014, exposing 500 million guests.
The US Department of Justice has charged eight men with running a vast ad-fraud scheme.
They allegedly victimized 442 military men by sending nude photos and then calling, pretending to be irate fathers or police.
Misconfigured Elasticsearch servers spilled personal details on 57 million Americans, said reports this week.
He slapped a tracker on the new one and installed CCTV… which did a fine job of recording the thieves’ 90-second-long relay attack.
Popular massage-booking app Urban left its database wide open.
Seven European consumer organizations are planning to submit a complaint about Google’s location tracking activities to their data protection authorities.
China’s air conditioning business queen Dong Mingzhu was recently outed as a jaywalker – thanks to an ad on the side of a bus.
Microsoft’s multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Microsoft Office 365 and Azure Active Directory has fallen over for the second time in a week.
Two Iranians have been named in a US ransomware indictment – but given that they aren’t in the US, what happens next?