6 Noteworthy Data Breaches in 2019

6 Noteworthy Data Breaches in 2019

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2019 was a banner year for breaches. Some of the biggest victims included social media heavy-hitters Facebook and TikTok, as well as financial dynamo Capital One. They???re just the tip of the iceberg: according to Forbes, over 3,000 breaches in 2019 tallied up to 4.1 billion compromised data records. That???s ... Read More
Financial Cyberattack

Report: A Cyberattack Could Severely Disrupt the US Financial System

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A new staff report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York highlights the risk and potential fallout that a sophisticated cyberattack might have on the United States. In the report, analysts examined a scenario in which a single-day shock hits the country’s payment network, Fedwire, measuring the broad impact ... Read More
SOSS X Developer Takeaways

State of Software Security v10: 5 Key Takeaways for Developers

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In case you missed it, this year we launched our 10th annual State of Software Security (SOSS X) report! Armed with a decade of data, the Veracode team analyzed 85,000 applications to study trends in fix rates, mounting security debt, shifts in vulnerability by language, and more. What did we ... Read More
Job Security

The Consequences of Security Breaches Are Becoming More Severe

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With the prevalence of cyberattacks, breaches, and data leaks heading into 2020, it’s becoming commonplace for employees to part ways with their organization after a security incident. Although the consequences from a breach were less severe in the past, reactions are shifting as data leaks are deemed more dire than ... Read More
Healthcare Security

Work in Healthcare? This is Why You Should Give Your Security a Checkup

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Most patients practice preventative care through regular trips to the doctor, catching minor issues before they turn into major medical problems. So, why don’t more organizations follow suit with security testing to prevent breaches and fortify the safety of patient information? Too often, remediation is an afterthought as developers scramble ... Read More