The recent credit card security breach at Global Payments is a wake-up call for all of us. We get in a comfort zone and forget that our financial information isn't really in a fool-proof "vault." Hackers sometimes find a way to breach even the best security systems. The folks who hack into data
For those of us who care about privacy, these past seven days have truly disappointed. With relatively little fanfare in the midst of a cacophonous (that means "noisy" Senator Santorum ) parade of news, three significant events seriously undermined our constitutional right to privacy and
Global Payments Inc., the third-party payments processor that had 1.5 million bank card numbers hacked, claims he "incident is contained," though security experts say other transactions may have been compromised. "I think there are more questions than answers," said Avivah Litan, vice president and
You probably had a bigger chance of facing credit card security headaches than winning the Mega Millions lottery. While there were just three jackpot winners, as many 1.5 million credit card numbers may have been compromised by hackers. The latest breach comes at the Atlanta...
consumer watchdog report for credit card holders across the country. Wondering tonight if they can be victims of the latest security breach the attack targeting MasterCard and visa numbers could massive with reports that as many as ten million accounts have been hit. So who was at risk and how can
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