T-Mobile Suffers 5th Data Breach in 3 Years

No this isn’t a case of déjà vu – T-Mobile suffered another data breach – their fifth in just three years. According to Forrester Research security and risk analyst Allie Mellen this is “the worst breach” to date.  In a published statement on August 20, 2021, the popular wireless carrier company announced that hackers were able to steal sensitive data of over 40 million customers who applied for credit with the company. This includes both social security numbers (SSN) as well as drivers license numbers.  


Can Big Data Keep Itself Safe From Hackers

Can big data be used to protect the big data industry from hackers, reports Forbes. 

Big data has immense value, but there is little doubt it remains extremely vulnerable to hackers and malicious actors. 


Hackers Set Their Sights on the Healthcare Industry Amid Covid-19

There’s no rest for the wicked. Just ask the hundreds of hackers who are taking advantage of the vulnerability of people, companies, and entire industries during the Covid-19 pandemic. With phishing schemes and ploys to steal sensitive information on the rise – it’s more important than ever to be vigilant in securing your data.


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