Tag: hacking

Cybersecurity Report: July 28, 2015

UCLA Health Hacked, 4.5 Million Victims

Last week, hackers broke into UCLA Health, the hospital network of the University of California, Los Angeles,acquiring access to database with sensitive records of 4.5 million people and potentially affecting four hospitals and 150 offices across Southern California. According to the university, the potential breached information included names, medical information, SSN, Medicare numbers, health plan IDs, birthdays and physical addresses.The network made this announcement two months after the data breach was discovered. The hospital group is now offering affected staffs and patients one year of identity theft recovery services.

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Infographic: How to Beat a Web Hacker

Did you know that hacking was the number one crime Americans feared in 2014, above car theft, burglary and terrorism? Take a look at SiteLock’s new infographic below, for more web security statistics and five things you can do to mitigate cyber attacks.

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DDoS: How to Prevent Hackers from Overloading Your Web Server

DDoS AttackWeb security has become one of the hottest topics of the past few years, with cyber attacks originating in many forms. In 2014 alone, we had the Snapchat hack, Heartbleed, Shellshock, SoakSoak and many other attacks (you can learn more about each of them here).

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