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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.
A new Data Protection Agency would overhaul federal regulation efforts around data privacy – but experts are skeptical that the U.S. government can get it right.
Middleware data was exposed, which can create a secondary path for malware through which applications and data can be compromised.
Feds have charged four members of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in connection with the infamous 2017 Equifax breach.
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