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Easter Brings News of Data Breaches

While Christians over the globe were celebrating the Easter weekend, news of three separate data breaches surfaced. On Saturday, 20 April 2019, a popular health and fitness platform Bodybuliding.com alerted its customers of a security breach detected during February 2019 which was the direct result of a phishing email received back in July 2018. Bodybuilding.com is the world's largest fitness website, with a community of over 1,000,000 BodySpace members and more than 17,000,000 forum members, as well as over 32,000,000 orders shipped all over the world since its online shop was opened for business. Along with the announcement two separate health care companies also suffered data breaches. With regards to the health care companies, one company illustrated how an organization should deal with a breach and another the wrong way. Returning to the Bodybuilding.com data breach, the company announced that the breach may...

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