While the share prices of companies that experienced a sizeable/huge data breach suffer just a temporary hit, in the long term breached companies underperformed the market, an analysis by consumer tech product review and comparison site Comparitech has shown. This is the site’s second annual analysis into the share prices and overall performance of 24 companies that are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and have suffered a data breach in the last ten … More
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A group of researchers from Queen’s University (Canada) have proposed a new approach for keeping important documents safe: creating so many believable fakes that attackers are forced either to exfiltrate them all or to try to find the real one from within the system. Of course, both actions carry an increased risk of detection. They’ve also demonstrated that creating and maintaining many fakes can be relatively inexpensive for the defenders, that the real document can … More
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