As many as 143m customers of Equifax, one of the three largest US credit agencies, had their information compromised in recent months after the company suffered a massive cyber security breach.
Most of us have attempted to beef up our online security following large scale attacks such as WannaCry in recent months.
Nearly every registered American voter has been left vulnerable to theft on a public Amazon cloud server by a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee (RNC).
UK security and police officials last night resumed sharing information with their US counterparts after classified information regarding the Manchester attack was leaked to the New York Times.
As the number of worldwide cyber attacks increase, insurers are coming to the rescue – and insurer AIG in particular is leading the way by launching a cyber insurance policy for high-net-worth individuals.
Firstly, to call it a hack is probably wrong.