Coca-Cola Security Breach Put Personal Information Of 74,000 Employees At Risk

Coca-Cola Security Breach Put Personal Information Of 74,000 Employees At Risk

Coca-Cola Experiences a Data Breach After An Employee Steals Laptops. Coca-Cola has admitted to a data breach after an employee stole dozens of laptops over the course of six years. The stolen laptops went unnoticed and contained the sensitive data of 74,000 individuals. The employee stole a total of 55 laptops from Coca-Cola’s Atlanta offices;...

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January 28, 2014
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Coca-Cola Security Breach Put Personal Information Of 74,000 Employees At Risk

Michael’s Craft Store Suspects They’ve Been Hit By POS Malware

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has revealed that they’ve detected 20 hacking cases over the past year that used the same POS (point of sale) infecting malware used against Target stores over the 2013 holiday shopping season.  Now Michael’s Craft Store, the largest arts and crafts dealer in the U.S. suspects it has...

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January 26, 2014
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Coca-Cola Security Breach Put Personal Information Of 74,000 Employees At Risk

Test, Evaluate and Refresh Your Business Continuity Plan On A Regular Basis.

Your business operates in threatening time with a diverse range of technology risks, including natural disasters, cyber-attacks, and software or hardware failures. Business continuity planning is necessary to minimize these risks and protect your valuable data. In today’s technology-driven world, most businesses rely on IT to perform critical operational functions. Essentially, information technology is embedded...

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January 24, 2014
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Coca-Cola Security Breach Put Personal Information Of 74,000 Employees At Risk

How Do I Know if My Computer Network is Vulnerable to Malicious Attacks?

Cybercriminals are always looking for weak points in a network system to hack the security system of your business and get confidential information. Some hackers do it for the pleasure of wreaking havoc on security systems, while others do it for financial reasons; regardless of the reason, malicious attacks are an awful experience for businesses....

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January 23, 2014
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