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About 63,000 Verizon employees have been affected by a breach that occurred in September 2023 but which wasn’t discovered for three months. In a notice to the Maine attorney general’s office, the telecom giant noted that the breach was caused by an insider threat but that it was an “inadvertent disclosure” rather than a malicious […]

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With exponential growth in the number of human and machine actors on the network and more sophisticated technology in more places, identity in this new era is rapidly becoming a super-human problem, according to RSA. Paradoxically, even in this world where AI can dynamically assess risks and automate responses to threats, humans will have an […]

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Verizon has notified an unknown number of its prepaid customers of a cyberattack that partially exposed their credit card information, as well as a wide variety of other personally identifiable information that could lead to identity theft. In a letter sent to its customers, Verizon said it recently spotted unusual activity on its network, and […]

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