2019 was a banner year for data exposures, with billions of people affected by cloud misconfigurations, hacks and poor security practices in general. Here’s the Threatpost Top 10 for data-breach news of the year, featuring all the low-lights.
Are organizations neglecting the security of their data? An unprecedented five-year study reveals that internal databases are riddled with vulnerabilities – some even years old.
Imperva’s Peter Klimek on how DDoS attacks started out as inconveniences but evolved to the point where attackers can disrupt businesses for as little as the price of a cup of coffee,
Security teams should brace for an unsettling and unprecedented year, as we’re on pace to see 40 billion records compromised by the end of 2021. Imperva’s Terry Ray explains what security teams need to do to bolster their defenses.
Tens of thousands of cameras have failed to patch a critical, 11-month-old CVE, leaving thousands of organizations… https://t.co/iYq3WeTkbf
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