Security reporter Elinor Mills joins us today to discuss the large data breach at marketing services company Epsilon, which most likely landed your e-mail address in a hacker's database.
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The breach exposed names and e-mail addresses of customers of many major U.S. companies and could lead to a rise in targeted phishing attacks.
CIO Michael Barrett talks with CNET about the need to choose data outsourcers wisely in light of the Epsilon breach, why PayPal isn't re-issuing SecurIDs after the RSA breach, and other matters.
Near the end of last year Epsilon partner Return Path said that thousands of e-mail addresses were stolen in a broad phishing campaign that targeted e-mail service providers.
Security reporter Elinor Mills joins us today to discuss the large data breach at marketing services company Epsilon, which most likely landed your e-mail address in a hacker's database. What can you do about this breach, and how can you protect against future ones? Elinor explains.
Breach shines light on murky world of e-mail marketing outsourcers and how consumers don't know where their data is ending up.
The list of companies whose customer e-mail databases were compromised because of a security breach at Epsilon is growing. We look at the consequences of the breach, and what to do about it.
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