Losing Face: Two More Cases of Third-Party Facebook App Data Exposure
Third-party Facebook apps gather Facebook data about the people who use them. While Facebook struggles to contain these exposures, insecure third-party data practices & misconfigured cloud systems continue to leak Facebook data to the internet. See how UpGuard discovered and secured two such cases.
Digital Gangsters, Disinformation and Dark Adverts: The UK Parliament DCMS Report
Based on UpGuard's data breach research, the UK Parliament’s DCMS Committee prepared and published the final report detailing their 18 month investigation into online disinformation and the privacy practices of platforms such as Facebook. Read about the report, and the AggregateIQ breach discovery.
Public Option: How Medical Records and Patient-Doctor Recordings Were Exposed
The intersection of information technology and healthcare creates new and improved functionality for managing and delivering healthcare services, but it also entails new risks. See how one telemedicine company exposed thousands of medical records and hundreds of patient-doctor recordings online.
Public Domain: How Configuration Information For the World's Largest Domain Name Registrar Was Exposed
The UpGuard Cyber Risk Team has discovered and secured a data exposure of documents appearing to describe GoDaddy infrastructure running in the Amazon AWS cloud, preventing any future exploitation of this information.
Short Circuit: How a Robotics Vendor Exposed Confidential Data for Major Manufacturing Companies
Manufacturing companies rely on robotics automation to power their factories and ultimately, their businesses. See how one robotics vendor exposed confidential information for over 100 clients, including divisions of Toyota, Ford, GM, and Tesla.
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