Do customers punish breached companies?

DARK Reading reported an interesting news on a direct measure of the damages that a data breach has on an intangible asset: “Equifax’s 25% reduction in share value and other industry-wide stats show that consumers aren’t so apathetic about […]

2017-11-14T17:11:50+00:0014/11/2017|Tags: , |

Accenture’s report on the costs of cybercrime

Accenture has published its 2017 report on the costs of cybercrime.

The report offers interesting insights about the topics Hermeneut research on, highlighting that:

  1. Social engineering is lowering costs of cybercrime;
  2. Discovering attackers […]
2017-11-14T17:04:37+00:0031/10/2017|Tags: |

Cyber attack reveals clients’ secret emails

According to the Guardian, Deloitte, an accountancy firms providing auditing and cybersecurity advice to banks, companies and government agencies, was hit by a cyber-attack that compromised the confidential emails and plans of some of its clients.

It […]

2018-12-13T09:55:36+00:0025/09/2017|Tags: |

Equifax information leak

Equifax, one of the “big-three” U.S. credit bureaus, reported that a data breach at the company may have affected 143 million Americans, by providing criminals with full names, Social Security […]

2018-12-13T09:55:05+00:0015/09/2017|Tags: |