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You Should Know About The Top 10 Cyber Crimes and Data Breaches

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment March 29, 2017

Cybercrime, or computer related crime, is a crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. Cyber crime may threaten a person or a nation’s security and financial health.

The largest and most infamous Internet Crimes to date:

In accordance to 2016, review conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, organizations rank cyber crimes as the second most reported type of economic criminal offenses, up from fourth place. (It’s worth noting that a majority of cyber crime go unreported). Below is the best 10 set of all time Cyber crimes from The Best VPN.

1. 50 Million Bank cards Data Stolen from Home Depot’s System (2014):

In 2014 retailer House Depot’s system was breached, exposing data from over 50 million credit card. Single Largest Theft of Customer Data (Citigroup, HSBCS, Dow Jones & Others) in 2014

2. Single Largest Theft of Customer Data (Citigroup, HSBCS, Dow Jones & Others) in 2014:

Bank JPMorgan Chase in 2014 revealed a massive breach that compromised the data of 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.

3. Yahoo Data Breach: Above 1, 5 Billion Users Data Was Breached (2013 to 2016)

Yahoo infringement in 2013 and 2014Yahoo! has been the focus on of at least two major breaches. In The month of September 2016, the company revealed it had a 2014 breach compromised the data of at least five-hundred million users.

4. In 2015, 79 Million Customer’s Info was Stolen from Healthcare Companies:

The last 3 years have shown how susceptible consumer health data can be as hackers significantly target health insurance and medical information.

In 2015, three healthcare companies – Anthem, Premera Blue cross and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, were hacked. Anthems were the most significant – revealing some 79 million consumers’ data.

5. Over 700,000 Social Security Numbers Had been Stolen From IRS in 2015:

In 2015, the U. S. Internal Income Service had an infringement that exposed more than 700,000 Social Secureness numbers and other delicate information.

6. Largest Government Info Breach (2016) Due to Outdated Technology:

Meanwhile, the U. S Office of Personnel Management (OPM) uncovered records of as many as 21.5 million people, one of Google Corporate the most significant breaches of federal government data in U. S history.

7. Google Corporate Server  in China Was Hacked in 2009:

In 2009, cyber criminals accessed a number of Google’s company servers in China, thieving intellectual property and other information

8. North-Korea “supposedly” Hacked Sony Pictures and Took Unreleased Movies:

In 2014, hackers attacked the computer network of Sony Images, stealing employee e-mails, information about executive salaries and replications of unreleased movies.

9. WikiLeaks: Sensitive Emails From Democratic National Committee (2016):

… and it would not be the last. In this summer WikiLeaks published a series of emails obtained from web servers of the Democratic Countrywide Committee. The e-mails included private correspondence, many of which derided the advertising campaign of the Bernie Sanders, and sensitive financial data on high-profile donors to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

10. Biggest DDOS Attack That Got Down Twitter, PayPal, Netflix and more (October 2016):

2016 also marked the first time the so-called “Internet of Things” (IoT) was widely used in a cybercrime. In October, a cyber attack on one of the businesses that host the internet’s Domain Name Program, a listing of internet addresses, took down many of the internet’s most popular sites, including Tweeter, Netflix, Paypal, and Spotify.

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