The leading concern regarding insider threats is malware installed by careless employees, a recent survey found.
The routers were 'affected by an attack from outside,' the company said.
And 14 percent said it would cost them their jobs, a recent survey found.
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The data potentially accessed ranges from students' names and Social Security numbers to credit card numbers and expiration dates.
And another 14 percent said they're unlikely to do so, a recent survey found.
And 82 percent of email servers are misconfigured, recent research discovered.
And 9.3 percent of files shared externally contain sensitive data, a recent survey found.
And 42 percent access corporate data over public Wi-Fi, a recent survey found.
The proof-of-concept worm could jump from one smart bulb to another via ZigBee wireless connectivity.
And 95 percent bypass firewalls, a recent survey found.
In 20,000 cases, the bank says, the breaches resulted in 'money being withdrawn fraudulently.'
The attacks exceeded 500 Gbps.
21 percent say the breaches could have been prevented if security policies were better communicated to employees.
Just 46 percent say they're using threat data at all in deciding how to respond to malicious activity.
Names, genders, email addresses, phone numbers and birthdates were exposed by a third party vendor.
The flaw was discovered almost six months ago by researchers at Indegy Labs.
Hackers can leverage lots of technical vulnerabilities to affect election results. But a coordinated attack would be tough, due to voting systems' fragmented nature.
64 percent of U.S. consumers think they're always safe sharing personal data on a major retail or social networking site.
The attack on Dyn's managed DNS services hit sites ranging from CNN to Twitter.
The exposed data includes email addresses and/or user names, IP addresses and encrypted passwords.
The hackers were able to siphon the data out of the facility for six months before they were discovered.
The retailer was notified by law enforcement of a 'potential data security issue' on September 15.
And 73 percent prefer to keep their sensitive corporate data on premises rather than in the cloud, a recent survey found.
Among those that do check for it, fully 57 percent have found malware, a recent survey found.
Still, 46 percent are solicited for jobs at other companies at least once a week, a recent survey found.
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