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Cybersecurity
April 19, 2018

Credit Card Breach Hits Two Large Companies

Delta Airlines and Sears Corporation have both been notified of a data breach that has exposed the credit card information of some 100,000 Sears customers and "hundreds of thousands" of Delta customers. Neither Delta nor Sears were breached directly. A live chat service called 7 (used by both companies), was…
Cybersecurity
November 8, 2017

Yet Another Credit Card Breach For Hyatt

Hotel giant Hyatt is in the crosshairs again, having suffered its second data breach in two years. Hyatt's security team recently confirmed the breach as having occurred between March 18 and July 2 of 2017. While the company has yet to release any information detailing the number of impacted users,…
Cybersecurity
October 12, 2017

Whole Foods Reports Credit Card Breach

It seems that hardly a week goes by that we don’t hear about another high-profile data breach. This time in the hot seat, we find Amazon-owned Whole Foods. Specifically, we find Whole Foods Market locations. The company is reporting that hackers were able to gain unauthorized access to credit card…
Technology News
September 22, 2017

New MicroSD Card Can Hold Up To 400GB Of Data

Technophiles rejoice! SanDisk has just announced a new 400GB microSD card, which is good news for just about everyone. Let’s face it, even if you’re not a technophile, you probably hate the idea of deleting photos or videos you’ve taken. But when storage space gets tight, you’ve probably found yourself…
Cybersecurity
May 15, 2017

Latest Credit Card Breach Hits Holiday Inn

IHG, The Intercontinental Hotels Group, which owns Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn, has recently announced a serious data breach that impacted 1174 of its franchise locations. The company reports that their Point of Sale (POS) system was found to have been infected with malware which intercepted and copied credit card…
BlogCybersecurity
February 8, 2016

Watch Out For Chip Card Email Scams

Most credit card companies are hastening to replace their old style magnetic stripe cards with the new EMV chip-embedded ones. The new embedded chips are designed with one purpose in mind: to add an extra layer of security to credit card purchases and to make fraud much less likely. The…