Recently breached US health insurer Anthem has refused to let The Office of Personnel Managementís Office of Inspector General (OIG) perform a full security audit of its systems, and this is not the first time this happened, reports GovInfoSecurity.
Mandarin Oriental, the hotel group managing luxury hotels and resorts in Asia, Europe, the US and Latin America, has confirmed that "the credit card systems in an isolated number of our hotels in the US and Europe have been accessed without authorization and in violation of both civil and criminal law." None of its Asian proprieties have been affected.
Late last week, Uber's Managing Counsel of Data Privacy Katherine Tassi has revealed that the company has suffered a data breach.
Anthem, the second-largest health insurer in the United States, which has reported a massive data breach earlier this month, has finally come out with a more definite number of affected individuals: 78.8 million.
Seattle-based casual gaming company Big Fish Games has has its site and personal and financial information of some of its users compromised in an attack that started on last Christmas Eve.
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