The Ledger Data Breach: More Malicious Than Previously Thought

Ledger — a company that sells security hardware to customers who want to protect their cryptocurrency — is making headlines with a data breach affecting their client base. While news broke in July of 2020 about a hack on the company’s database, new data illustrates the attack was more malicious than previously thought.

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Choosing Between Strip Cut and Cross Cut Shredders

In 2019, 14.4 million victims bore a massive financial burden of identity fraud. If you do not protect your identity, you could also become a victim. One of the simple ways of protecting yourself from identity theft and fraud is by shredding crucial documents that you no longer use. This is where paper shredders come in handy.

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Cybersecurity And Data Protection While Working From Home

In a matter of weeks, companies have shifted from working in office settings to having employees work from home as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Many businesses operate under strict regulations regarding data privacy and security and now have to find ways to adapt those regulations to a work from home environment.

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The MGM Grand Hotel and Casino Data Breach: What You Need to Know

When we think of traveling for vacation and staying in a nice hotel, the thought of identity theft and our personal information being stolen rarely crosses our mind. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened to 10-million visitors of the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. A recent data breach of the establishment’s information gave hackers a deep insight into the transactions and personal details about recent clients and visitors that stayed at the establishment.

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