Data Breach Tag

One of the most important principles of enterprise security is the rapid detection of a data breach. Unfortunately, many organizations who experience a breach won’t learn about it for months, or even years. In the meantime, today’s fast-paced cyberattacks can cause significant damage to a...

Verizon’s recently released 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report shows that in 81% of the hacking-related breaches that were studied, cybercriminals used stolen passwords to gain access to their victim’s information systems. This sobering statistic highlights the need for organizations to detect and prevent password theft...

Home Depot agrees to pay $25 Million more as a result of their 2014 data breach. Earlier this month Home Depot reached an agreement to pay $25 million more to banks and credit unions as a result of the company’s massive 2014 data breach.  The $25...

Evidence continues to mount that most enterprises need to dramatically improve their cybersecurity. During the last few years, the majority of data breaches were first discovered by entities other than the affected organization—a clear indication that something is wrong. In 2015, research conducted by Intel1 found...

No longer can cybersecurity be relegated to the IT department. The developing trend is for the C-Suite to be held directly accountable for cyber breaches. According to Business Insider:  Yahoo’s massive data breach caused CEO, Marissa Mayer to forfeit her annual bonus of around $2 million...

At Lastline we take great pride in our partnerships and ability to integrate with other security tools. For example, with more than 90 percent of data breaches attributed to phishing schemes, our partnership with PhishMe provides a critical degree of added protection against such attacks. Lastline...