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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.
The cyberattack incident is the wireless carrier’s fourth in three years.
The Japanese aerospace manufacturer said that starting in June, overseas unauthorized access to its servers may have compromised customer data.
Google, Microsoft, Cisco Systems and others want appeals court to deny immunity to Israeli company for its alleged distribution of spyware and illegal cyber-surveillance activities.
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