As U.S. citizens realize that facial recognition is present in real-life applications, more questions are arising about consent, how data is shared – and what regulation exists.
Third-party breaches have become an epidemic as cybercriminals target the weakest link. Organizations such as BestBuy, Sears, Delta and even NYU Medical Center are just a few that have felt the impact of cyberattacks through third-party vendors. The fallout from these breaches can be costly, as the average enterprise pays $1.23 million per incident, up
A breach that exposed the credit card information of Delta Air Lines and Sears Holdings now expands its impact to include Best Buy and Kmart.
Security experts say breaches impacting Delta Air Lines and Sears customers is tied to malware planted on a third-party chat service.