Posts tagged with: breach

FCC takes new look at data breach rules

FCC takes new look at data breach rules malleven Wed, 01/12/2022 – 18:13 Source link...

T-Mobile slinks back to normal levels after security breach

Last month’s data breach is still very much on the minds of T-Mobile and its investors, but the operator is starting to see things get back to normal, according to EVP and CFO Peter Osvaldik. T-Mobile revealed in mid-August that more...

T-Mobile CEO says hacker used ‘brute force’ attacks to breach IT servers

In a new update on Friday, T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert looked to reassure customers about a recent major data breach of the carrier’s servers, apologizing and providing a bit of information about what happened as well as steps it is...

Is T-Mobile’s data breach going to hurt subscriber metrics?

T-Mobile was recently hit by a major data breach, with personal information stolen related to more than 50 million current, former, or prospective customers. While the investigation is ongoing, there’s a question of if the carrier – which has been...

T-Mobile discloses 5.3M more postpaid accounts hit in data breach

The number of customers affected by the recent T-Mobile data breach continues to grow. On Friday T-Mobile disclosed that it determined data for an additional 5.3 million current postpaid customer accounts, as well has more than half a million former...

T-Mobile confirms unauthorized access to data, continues to investigate breach

After claims surfaced over the weekend of a massive customer data breach, T-Mobile on Monday afternoon confirmed that “unauthorized access to some T-Mobile data occurred” but hasn’t determined if personal customer data was involved and the carrier continues to investigate. Vice’s...

Irony Alert: What if China taps open RAN to breach networks?

The presence of Chinese companies in open-source radio access network (RAN) groups, such as the O-RAN Alliance, could pose a security threat to networks, says telecom consultant John Strand. Chinese programmers and developers have long been good contributors to open-source...