The 10 Biggest Data Breaches Of 2015 (So Far)


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Kaspersky Lab

A different kind of cyberattack than the rest on the list, Kaspersky Lab revealed in June that it had discovered an infiltration in several of its internal systems. The attack, which it named Duqu 2.0, was believed to be a nation-state-sponsored attack, whose other victims included events and venues with links to world power meetings, including recent negotiations for an Iran nuclear deal. The Moscow-based security vendor said the compromise included information on the company's newest technologies, such as Kaspersky’s Secure Operating System, Kaspersky Fraud Prevention, Kaspersky Security Network and Anti-APT solutions and services. The attackers also targeted investigations into advanced targeted attacks, the company said.



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