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Like many companies hit by data breaches, Anthem, the United States’ largest for-profit health care company, has been forced to watch from the sidelines while the incident plays out in court. An end finally appears to be in sight however. Late Friday the company agreed to settle a series of lawsuits stemming from the 2015 […]

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Detailed voter profiles of 198 million voters were left exposed on an Amazon S3 account by Republican Party-affiliated data broker Deep Root Analytics. The discovery was made by Chris Vickery, cyber risk analyst at security firm UpGuard. “This was one of the most data rich datasets I’ve ever found,” Vickery told Threatpost.

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We’ve all heard that when it comes to experiencing a data breach, the question is not if it will happen, but when. You may be wondering about the actual odds of it happening to your organization.
Think about it this way: The chances of being struck by lightning this year are 1 in 960,000.

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One of the largest known US voter data leaks compromised personal information via an unsecured public-storage cloud account set up on behalf of the Republican National Committee. Millions of voter records containing personal information and “modeled” voter information like religion and race were leaked from an unsecured public storage cloud account owned by Deep Root Analytics.

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