mSpy, a company that sells "customized and user-friendly mobile and computer monitoring solutions," has apparently suffered a data breach.
WinMagic introduced at RSA Conference 2015 security software that encrypts and manages how files are shared via cloud file sharing services such as Dropbox or Box.
Bitglass undertook an experiment geared towards understanding what happens to sensitive data once it has been stolen.
2014 was the year when "designer vulnerabilities" emerged, when breaches and security incidents were being announced so fast that we struggled to keep up, when old financial malware began being used to hit new targets.
Whistleblowers and those individuals that are simply out to make a buck out of any confidential and valuable information, can now offer it for sale on Darkleaks, a decentralized, anonymous black market on the Internet.
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