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Governments of many countries are tightening the laws that regulate working with personal data. At the same time, the number of data leaks is only growing from year to year. If around ten years ago the most severe financial losses a company could suffer tended to be lawsuits and consequences of reputational damage, these days […]

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More than 200 malicious npm packages were recently removed from the npm registry, security experts have confirmed. The goal of the packages was to steal personally identifiable information (PII) from the endpoints of Microsoft Azure developers. As per a report from The Register, security firm JFrog’s automated analysis of the repository started raising alarms about […]

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A ransomware attack on UK-based luxury jeweler Graff may have led to the personally identifiable information (PII) of some of the world’s most powerful, wealthy and famous people being stolen. Graff is notable for its collection of some of the most rare and expensive diamonds, which has helped make it one of the preferred jewelers […]

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