Incident slammed as the 'greatest breach in the history of telecommunications in Spain'
Auspex International has already secured 'political work' in Africa
No, not more breach, just new data
Threat group 'Magecart' targeted more than 800 e-commerce sites
But airline denies customers are at risk and refuses to report breach
That's, er, 18 minutes of profit for the social network
But fair play, it has issued one of the best customer help pages we've seen
Premier Inn and Travelodge also breached as hospitality world sees a cyber crime wave
Firm says 'all code should be considered compromised'
Exactis slip-up dwarfs last year's Equifax data breach
Inbenta says Ticketmaster was at fault by adopting 'insecure practice'
Unknown attackers exploited a flaw in the booking software firm's server
Firm could face hefty fine under new GDPR rules
Ticket flogger identified 'malicious software on a customer support product'
Service will let users see if they've been pwned
The social network is getting good at data borkage
Firm says users shouldn't carry on using the same log-in credentials
Phone flogger scores the first post-GDPR blunder
Watchdog concludes firm failed to adequately protect user data
Your DNA is safe though, for now...
Karim Baratov was also fined $250,000 for his involvement
How difficult is it to implement a bit of password protection...
Incident exposed the personal details of 19,500 students, staff and alumni
Mega-leak blamed on API authentication flaw in third-party tracking site demo
But breach is not the result of compromise of Nest's systems, firm claims
Crapsicab firm said it's 'disappointed' by the move
SEC says firm 'left investors totally in the dark'
Customers given a freight, but only 1,000 accounts were directly affected
87 million breached users will receive a message starting today
36 per cent of exposed files located in the European Union
Breach occurred in 2016 but took two years to travel into Orbitz's view
It could be you... getting your data pilfered
Jun Ying flogged almost $1m in stock after learning of major data breach
Serious flaws in online reporting tool could have exposed confidential reports
Verizon will be forced to defend the class-action complaint
Game dev admits credit card information was grabbed by hackers
Firm admits more Americans had partial driving licence information robbed
One of the courier's Amazon S3 virtual servers was left open without a password
Firm has been accused of failing to disclose complete picture of the attack
Firm admits hackers stole unsecured data from the code-sharing site
Staffers are at risk of falling victim to spear phishing attacks
Local security centre blames breach on 'advanced' hackers
'High-risk' flaw could lead to users being 'blackmailed'
Firm used 'out-of date software and failed to carry out routine security testing'
Leaky toymaker will also be subject to independent audits for 20 years
Clandestine manoeuvres could end up being an uber mistake
Developer's privacy promise falls flat on its face
High Court ruling allows affected staffers to claim compensation