A misconfigured database on an Amazon S3 server may have exposed the data of between two and four million Dow Jones & Co. customers, a report on the incident stated.
Lax privacy settings in a campus file-sharing network led to an unintentional exposure of the educational records of thousands of students at the University of Oklahoma.
When it comes to cloud data storage the jury has handed in its verdict and the case is closed. The cloud is the future home for data storage for almost every company and organization, both large and small.
The president's executive order on cybersecurity has drawn immediate, if mixed reactions, from cybersecurity pros who either praise it for providing much-needed guidance or criticize it for falling short.
From time to time we run across a product or service, purely serendipitously, that knocks our virtual socks off. Joe Sandbox Cloud is one such product.
An unsecured database left exposed on an Amazon server revealed PII of up to one million applicants for car loans.
Bose, the audio equipment manufacturer, was sued in a federal court in Chicago earlier this week for selling user data without permission.
Third-party app stores are using a new method of subterfuge enabling them to be legitimately placed inside Apple's official App Store.
Cloud security vendor fixes cross-site-scripting bug, downplays the threat, says it would only affect co-workers.
One errant character in a coding string caused a buffer overrun which, in turn, led to a memory leak that dumped personal data in plaintext from a variety of Cloudflare's customers' sites.
IT security teams are unaware of nearly two-thirds of custom apps, according to a new report from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and Skyhigh Networks.
Determined not to be the next Sony Pictures, film production company New Regency Productions is currently testing a proof-of-concept for moving its business operations to the cloud, while securing its creative content and employee information with access management techniques.
A third of companies in the U.S. were breached in 2016, according to a study from Bitdefender issued on Tuesday.
Security Research Labs found that the three computer systems responsible for booking about 90 percent of all airline trips worldwide can expose passenger information due to several legacy flaws.
A significant percentage of SMBs are taking advantage of the convenience and cost savings afforded by free cloud storage solutions, according to a new study, but the security of stored information, particularly financial data and health records, could be at risk.