Global financial services firm Morgan Stanley has announced on Monday that it has fired an employee of its Wealth Management Group following the theft of "partial client data." According to Yahoo Finance, he stole information of some 350,000 wealth management clients.
Despite an 50 percent decline in the number of attacks against U.S.
In case you haven't heard already, Ars Technica got hacked over the weekend, so if you are a subscribed reader now would be a good time to change your password.
After having disclosed the extent of the employees' information stolen in the recent hack to the California Attorney General’s Office, Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) has sent out an email to the affected workers, outlining the scope of the potential damage the "brazen cyber attack" might bring to them personally.
As the Guardians of Peace announced another explosive data leak for Christmas, Sony Pictures Entertainment got into incident minimization mode by sending out a message to news outlets, demanding they stop publishing information gleaned from the already released data and future releases.
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