Apple iPhones and iPads are suspected to have security flaws targeted by hackers. Nintendo admits a data breach of user info. Even whiskey auctions aren’t safe from cybercriminals. Good cybersecurity hygiene matters. Do not reuse passwords, always confirm whom you are sharing sensitive information with, and track where your digital identity may be exposed on HackNotice Personal for free HERE.
Dubbed “the Perfect Collection,” the spirits were amassed by the late Richard Gooding, a private American collector from Colorado.
While information is still being uncovered regarding this incident, Nintendo has released the following statement regarding this incident:
“…While we continue to investigate, we would like to reassure users that there is currently no evidence pointing towards a breach of Nintendo’s databases, servers, or services…”
Not great news for the folks that have started their Animal Crossing addiction just to keep themselves occupied while social distancing, but Nintendo has announced measures they are taking to contain the breach.
That’s this week’s roundup, showing that every industry benefits when good cybersecurity habits are followed. So wash your hands and keep your passwords secure. Thanks for reading, stay safe and we’ll see you next week! (click here to download PDF version)
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