Monthly Archives: November 2018

USPS Data Breach Exposes Data of 60 Million Users

The United States Postal Service (USPS) has recently opened up about a security vulnerability, which went unfixed for a full year. The data breach was reported to expose personal data of 60 million users. The problem has been tied to an authentication weakness in the mail carrier’s API, which ...
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Are your Third-Party Vendors a Data Breach Risk?

A recent study by a global risk management group, Opus, revealed that 59 percent of companies it surveyed have experienced a data breach sourcing from a vendor or third-party partner. The percentage is even higher when looking at only companies in the U.S. – at 61 percent. According to Ponemon...
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Amazon Black Friday Data Breach

The 2018 holiday season is here and the Grinch is up to his tricks again. This year data breach season starts with the biggest target of all – Amazon. With massive sales expected on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the giant e-commerce platform was a highly probable target of cybercrime. Early r...
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Delaware Converts to REAL ID

On June 4, 2018, The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will release a new, more secure card design for driver license and identification cards (DL/ID). This new design release is a part of the DMV’s continuous effort to provide customers with the latest document security to combat fraudule...
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