Shopper’s Lawsuit Seeks $5M in Damages for Data Breach at Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor

A shopper has filed a class-action lawsuit seeking at least $5 million in damages for a data breach that affected Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor. According to Women’s Wear Daily, shopper Antranik Mekerdijian filed a class action lawsuit against Hudson’s Bay Company, owner of the two luxury department stores, in a California federal … Read More The post Shopper’s Lawsuit Seeks $5M in Damages for Data Breach at Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor appeared first on The State of Security.
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Singles’ Day deal seekers beware

Originally a day set aside for singles in China to be proud of their singlehood, Singles’ Day has been transformed into what is arguably the world’s single largest e-commerce festival, thanks to the involvement of The Alibaba Group. In fact, the Alibaba Group alone reported $17.8 billion in sales; six times higher than what was... Categories: 101 Infographics Tags: antivirusapacblack fridaycyberattackcybercrimeecommerceSingles' Day (
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4 Ways Rate Limiting is Losing You Business

Using rate limiting for website protection has significant drawbacks when it comes to your business. Here are four ways rate limiting is costing you money, and what you can do about it. There’s no point in being coy about it: if you use rate limiting to protect your website, then you’re probably losing business because The post 4 Ways Rate Limiting is Losing You Business appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Is Your DDoS Cloud Signaling Just Blowing Smoke?

Many DDoS vendors claim to have cloud ‘signaling’ capabilities between on-prem detection and cloud scrubbing centers. In practice, many of these marketing claims only pay a lip-service to true hybrid signaling. These three questions will help you assess whether your cloud signaling is just blowing smoke. More and more organizations today are adopting a hybrid The post Is Your DDoS Cloud Signaling Just Blowing Smoke? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Bridging the Cyber Security Skills Gap

The following is a Q&A with Ron Winward. Ron is a Security Evangelist for Radware, where he helps execute the company’s thought leadership on today’s security threat landscape. Ron brings nearly 20 years of experience in the internet service provider space, most recently as Director of Network Engineering for a global infrastructure and colocation provider. The post Bridging the Cyber Security Skills Gap appeared first on Radware Blog.
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A look into the global drive-by cryptocurrency mining phenomenon

As drive-by downloads slow down, drive-by cryptocurrency mining emerges as the latest annoyance that hijacks our PCs' CPU. Categories: Cybercrime Exploits Privacy Tags: coinhivecryptocurrenciesCryptojackingDrive-by miningJsMinermonero (Read more...) The post A look into the global drive-by cryptocurrency mining phenomenon appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
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Whither Cash?

With every big data breach, news reports highlight consumers swearing they’ll never use their credit cards again. Of course they’re soon back at it: for most folks, paying for everything using cash or check is tedious in today’s marketplaces. In fact, there’s opposing pressure, toward a cashless society. Sweden has mostly achieved this already, with The post Whither Cash? appeared first on Voltage.
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Stay away from the Bitcoin multiplier scam

Bitcoin multiplier scams: same old scam, different commodity. Scammers want your Bitcoins, and to get them, they promise to make you rich in less than an hour. Too good to be true? Absolutely. Categories: Cybercrime Social engineering Tags: bitcoincryptocurrencymultiplierscam (Read more...) The post Stay away from the Bitcoin multiplier scam appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
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