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2019 in review: data breaches, GDPR’s teeth, malicious apps, malvertising and more

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Dec
2019
2019 in review: data breaches, GDPR’s teeth, malicious apps, malvertising and more

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Midyear reports showed a 54 percent increase in breaches over last year with more than 4 billion records compromised. The year is ending with news about breaches impacting customers of Macy’s and T-Mobile. Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, wasn’t even online for a full day before hackers got in and compromised user accounts.

Data breach landscape

Despite the fact that 2019 saw an increase in breaches, there was something noticeable absent – there wasn’t one truly massive data breach. I’m talking about the Equifax, Yahoo, Marriot, TJ Maxx, and Target magnitude.

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