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Details are emerging on what could well become that largest data breach in US History.
Heartland, a company that processes payments for more than 250,000 businesses, is saying today that up to one million customers may have had their credit information stolen, a number easily eclipsing the 47 million customers potentially at risk of credit fraud [...]
January 20, 2009 Tags: bank processing, banking, carders, cybercrime, data breach, Defense in Depth, forensics, hackers, Heartland, identity fraud, identity theft, MasterCard, Robert Vamosi Posted in: Defense in Depth, Heartland, MasterCard, Robert Baldwin, Robert Vamosi, TJX, US Secret Service, Visa, carders, cybercrmie, data breach, forensics, hackers, identity theft, indentity fraud Comments Closed
In a report out today from the ID Theft Resource Center (ITRC), the number of data breaches increased 46% in 2008 over the previous year.
Of the five categories monitored by ITRC, only Educational and Military showed a decrease in the last year. Up were Business (reporting the most with 36% of the breaches), [...]
January 5, 2009 Posted in: Defense in Depth, ID Theft Resource Center, ID fraud, Robert Vamosi, data breach, data loss, data loss prevention, dlp, identity fraud, identity theft, linda foley, skimming No Comments