3:04PM Friday 7 December
Marriott International has started emailing Canadian customers about the recent data breach that affected 500 million guests of its Starwood Hotel properties. The Canadian Press reported on December 6th, 2018 that the company did not reveal how many Canadian customers were affected by the breach. Read More »
46 Days Ago What's worse: a massive financial crime, or a years-long international espionage operation? China is emerging as the lead suspect in the Marriott security breach that affected 500 million customers, according to a new report from Reuters.
49 Days Ago Quora, the question-and-answer site that bludgeons users into signing up, has been hit with a major data breach. In a blog post titled "Quora Security Update," the site revealed that the data of approximately 100 million users may have been compromised as a result of unauthorised access to its systems on Friday.
50 Days Ago Marriott International Inc. says it responded quickly when it learned in recent weeks of a colossal theft of customer data. But cybersecurity specialists say the company missed a significant chance to halt the breach years earlier.
42 Days Ago While the massive Marriott data breach is currently hogging the headlines, don’t forget about that other historic data breach–the one at Equifax that affected 148 million consumers.
48 Days Ago Many new users signing up on Canada Computers to purchase products are seeing someone else’s personal information instead of their own. A November 21, 2018 Reddit post shows a concerned user explaining that they created a new account on Canada Computers, only to notice that after logging in “someone else’s personal information (full name and...
49 Days Ago The popular question and answer site has announced that on November 30 they discovered that the data of at least 100 million users had been accessed by a third party that hacked into their systems.