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  • UK privacy watchdog slaps Yahoo with another fine over 2014 hack
    Engadget5 days ago

    UK privacy watchdog slaps Yahoo with another fine over 2014 hack

    Yahoo still isn't done facing the consequences for its handling of a massive

  • Yahoo fined £250,000 for hack that impacted 515,000 UK accounts
    The Guardian5 days ago

    Yahoo fined £250,000 for hack that impacted 515,000 UK accounts

    Yahoo also suffered a larger data breach in 2013 affecting 1bn accounts, but it was only revealed in 2016 after the disclosure of the 2014 hack. Yahoo has been fined £250,000 over a hack from 2014 that affected more than 515,000 UK email accounts co-branded with Sky, the Information Commissioner’s Office has announced. The personal data of 500m user accounts worldwide was compromised during a state-sponsored cyber attack in 2014, which was only revealed in 2016.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Britain fines Yahoo UK Services 250,000 pounds for 2014 hack

    Yahoo, most of whose assets were acquired by Verizon Communications Inc, said in 2016 that at least 500 million of its accounts had been hacked two years earlier. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said it focused on the 515,121 UK accounts that London-based Yahoo UK Services oversaw as a data controller. The ICO investigation found Yahoo UK Services failed to protect the data and take steps to ensure parent Yahoo Inc complied with the appropriate data protection standards.

  • Britain fines Yahoo UK Services 250,000 pounds for 2014 hack
    Business Insider UK5 days ago

    Britain fines Yahoo UK Services 250,000 pounds for 2014 hack

    Yahoo, most of whose assets were acquired by Verizon Communications Inc , said in 2016 that at least 500 million of its accounts had been hacked two years earlier. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said it focused on the 515,121 UK accounts that London-based Yahoo UK Services oversaw as a data controller. The compromised personal data included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords, and encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers.

  • Britain fines Yahoo UK Services 250,000 pounds for 2014 hack
    Business Insider UK5 days ago

    Britain fines Yahoo UK Services 250,000 pounds for 2014 hack

    Yahoo, most of whose assets were acquired by Verizon Communications Inc , said in 2016 that at least 500 million of its accounts had been hacked two years earlier. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said it focused on the 515,121 UK accounts that London-based Yahoo UK Services oversaw as a data controller. The compromised personal data included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords, and encrypted or unencrypted security questions and answers.

  • Yahoo fined £250,000 over 2014 data breach
    Sky News6 days ago

    Yahoo fined £250,000 over 2014 data breach

    Yahoo (NasdaqGS: YHOO - news) 's British subsidiary has been fined £250,000 by the UK's data watchdog after losing the data of more than half a million people. The fine is equivalent to just less than 50p for ever British user who was affected by the attack and follows another fine of $35m (£26m) issued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Although the data breach took place in 2014, Yahoo kept the loss of around 500 million international users quiet until 2016.

  • Yahoo fined over hack that potentially breached eight million UK accounts
    PA Tech6 days ago

    Yahoo fined over hack that potentially breached eight million UK accounts

    The ICO announced a £250,000 fine for the breach which was publicly disclosed in September 2016 nearly two years after it happened.

  • Yahoo fined £250,000 for 2014 data breach
    The Telegraph6 days ago

    Yahoo fined £250,000 for 2014 data breach

    Yahoo fined £250,000 for 2014 data breach

  • UK watchdog issues $330k fine for Yahoo's 2014 data breach
    Techcrunch UK6 days ago

    UK watchdog issues $330k fine for Yahoo's 2014 data breach

    Another fallout from the massive Yahoo data breach that dates back to 2014:

  • Yahoo Messenger will shut down on July 17th
    Engadget9 days ago

    Yahoo Messenger will shut down on July 17th

    Today, Yahoo announced that its Messenger service will be discontinued after

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Yahoo's EU regulator orders privacy changes over data breach

    Yahoo's European regulator has ordered it to make privacy changes following a probe into what it said was one of the largest ever data breaches to impact EU citizens. Yahoo, most of whose assets were acquired by Verizon Communications Inc (VZ.N), said in 2016 that at least 500 million of its accounts had been hacked two years earlier by cyber thieves who may have stolen names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth and encrypted passwords. Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), the lead European regulator on privacy issues for Yahoo because the company's European headquarters are in Dublin, said on Thursday that Yahoo's data processing operations did not meet the standards required by EU law.

  • Canadian who helped Yahoo email hackers gets five years in prison
    Reuters19 days ago

    Canadian who helped Yahoo email hackers gets five years in prison

    Karim Baratov, who pleaded guilty in November 2017 in San Francisco, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office said. Baratov, a Canadian citizen born in Kazakhstan, was arrested in Canada in March 2017 at the request of U.S. prosecutors. Lawyers for Baratov in a court filing had urged a sentence of 45 months in prison, while prosecutors had sought 94 months.

  • What’s left of Yahoo slapped with $35 million fine over 2014 data breach
    Engadget2 months ago

    What’s left of Yahoo slapped with $35 million fine over 2014 data breach

    In 2014, Yahoo suffered a breach that exposed personal data for 500 million

  • Business Insider UK2 months ago

    Ex-Yahoo paying $35M to settle SEC charges over 2014 hack

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The company formerly known as Yahoo is paying a $35 million fine to resolve federal regulators' charges that the online pioneer deceived investors by failing to disclose one of the biggest data breaches in internet history.

  • Business Insider UK2 months ago

    Ex-Yahoo paying $35M to settle SEC charges over 2014 hack

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The company formerly known as Yahoo is paying a $35 million fine to resolve federal regulators' charges that the online pioneer deceived investors by failing to disclose one of the biggest data breaches in internet history.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    U.S. regulator fines Altaba $35 million over 2014 Yahoo email hack

    WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. regulators fined Altaba Inc, the company formerly known as Yahoo! Inc, $35 million on Tuesday to settle charges that kept its massive 2014 cyber security breach a secret from investors for more than two years. The Securities and Exchange Commission's case marks the first time it has gone after a company for failing to disclose a cyber security breach. Yahoo's information security team learned just days after the December 2014 breach that Russian hackers had stolen the company's "crown jewels," including email addresses, encrypted passwords and security questions, the SEC said in a statement.

  • Business Insider UK2 months ago

    U.S. regulator fines Altaba $35 million over 2014 Yahoo email hack

    WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. regulators fined Altaba Inc, the company formerly known as Yahoo! Inc, $35 million on Tuesday to settle charges that kept its massive 2014 cyber security breach a secret from investors for more than two years. The Securities and Exchange Commission's case marks the first time it has ever gone after a company for failing to disclose a cyber security breach. Altaba agreed to settle without admitting or denying any wrongdoing.

  • Business Insider UK2 months ago

    U.S. regulator fines Altaba $35 million over 2014 Yahoo email hack

    WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. regulators fined Altaba Inc, the company formerly known as Yahoo! Inc, $35 million on Tuesday to settle charges that kept its massive 2014 cyber security breach a secret from investors for more than two years. The Securities and Exchange Commission's case marks the first time it has ever gone after a company for failing to disclose a cyber security breach. Altaba agreed to settle without admitting or denying any wrongdoing.

  • UK hit by 'more online attacks than ever before'
    Sky News2 months ago

    UK hit by 'more online attacks than ever before'

    Criminals are launching more online attacks against British businesses than ever before, the National Cyber Security Centre and NCA have warned. Nation states including Russia and North Korea have been behind attacks which affected the UK and other countries this year, while organised crime groups have also continued to harm the economy. Reporting on the cyber threat to business, the NCSC and the National Crime Agency highlighted how successful law enforcement and industry collaboration underpinned the UK's response to cyber attacks.

  • Data breach victims can sue Yahoo in the United States: judge
    Reuters3 months ago

    Data breach victims can sue Yahoo in the United States: judge

    In a decision on Friday night, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California rejected a bid by Verizon Communications Inc, which bought Yahoo's Internet business last June, to dismiss many claims, including for negligence and breach of contract. Yahoo was accused of being too slow to disclose three data breaches that occurred from 2013 and 2016, increasing users' risk of identity theft and requiring them to spend money on credit freeze, monitoring and other protection services. The breaches were revealed after New York-based Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo's Internet business, and prompted a cut in the purchase price to about $4.5 billion.

  • How Altaba, Inc. Shares Rose 81% in 2017
    Motley Fool5 months ago

    How Altaba, Inc. Shares Rose 81% in 2017

    This alternative to simply owning Alibaba skyrocketed last year as the Chinese e-commerce titan's stock doubled in value.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Hackers hit U.S., Russian banks in ATM robbery scam-report

    FRANKFURT, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 11 (Reuters) - A previously undetected group of Russian-language hackers silently stole nearly $10 million from at least 18 mostly U.S. and Russian banks in recent years by targeting interbank transfer systems, a Moscow-based security firm said on Monday. Group-IB warned that the attacks, which began 18 months ago and allow money to be stolen from banks' automated teller machines (ATMs), appear to be ongoing and that banks in Latin America could be targeted next. In a statement, First Data said that a number of small financial institutions operating on the STAR network had had their credentials breached for administering debit cards earlier in 2016, leading First Data to implement new mandatory security controls.

  • Tim Armstrong Says He's Watching T-Mobile-Sprint Deal Closely
    Bloomberg Video2 months ago

    Tim Armstrong Says He's Watching T-Mobile-Sprint Deal Closely

    Apr.30 -- Tim Armstrong, Oath Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the future of telecommunications with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology" from the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California.

  • Oath CEO Armstrong Says 'You'll See Us do More Content Deals'
    Bloomberg Video5 months ago

    Oath CEO Armstrong Says 'You'll See Us do More Content Deals'

    Jan.10 -- Oath CEO Tim Armstrong discusses a deal to stream NFL playoff games on Yahoo Sports and the need for more content deals. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

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