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Hotel chain Marriott has suffered yet another data breach, with unknown threat actors managing to steal 20GB worth of data from its servers. As reported by Engadget, the attackers targeted the company’s employees with social engineering techniques, and one of them fell for it. The group managed to access the company’s endpoints(opens in new tab) […]

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After enduring years of scrutiny regarding its data privacy practices, TikTok has migrated US users’ data to servers owned by Oracle US. As reported by Reuters, the move comes over two years after the Trump administration first pointed the finger at ByteDance, TikTok’s Chinese-owned parent company. In 2020, a US national security panel, the Committee […]

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If most of your business’ data and workloads are handled on public clouds, it can be easy to forget about the onsite servers. With office buildings empty, employees may assume the servers are protected by the same physical security as the rest of the facility. However, physical security has its own considerations, and paying careful […]

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