data breach Archive
Steps to Mitigate What Happened in The Capital One Data Breach

Steps to Mitigate What Happened in The Capital One Data Breach

Capital One Bank announced [1] that on July 19, 2019, they determined an intrusion to their system that has affected approximately 100 million individuals in the United States and approximately 6 million in Canada. The stolen data includes “personal information Capital One routinely collects at the time it receives credit card applications, including names, addresses, […]
Top 3 Types of Third Party Caused a Data Breach

Top 3 Types of Third Party Caused a Data Breach

3rd-party (aka supply-chain) cyber attacks were one of the main reasons for major data breaches in 2018.  As NormShield, we regularly monitor, list, and analyze third-party data breaches. In our recent report, NormShield Major Third-Party Data Breaches of 2018, we provide a  recap of 3rd-party data breaches that hit the news in 2018. Third-party breaches […]
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British Airways Breach: Is it a third-party attack?

British Airways (BA) announced that 380,000 customer records containing credit card details had been taken during the cyber attack executed between 21 August and 5 September. As one of the major data breach in 2018, the cyber attack, though still fresh, has been speculated by many respectful cyber security researchers about  the cause of the […]
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Lesson from TicketMaster Breach: CDN Security of third-party suppliers

UK-based company TicketMaster, a ticket sales and distribution company, experienced a major breach as they announced on June 27. Upto 40,000 UK citizens might have been affected while their customer information are compromised. Many reports confirmed that TicketMaster was not directly breached or compromised, but a third-party supplier for their website was the one that […]