Today, identity data can be easily stitched together using a patchwork of stolen credentials harvested from separate, unrelated breaches and made available on the Dark Web.
Once assembled, these stolen or composite identities are used to login to victims’ existing accounts or create fraudulent new ones.
The Good Among the bright spots in our report: Predictions of the biggest holiday shopping season ever, with up to 10 times more online traffic on key shopping days.Box office was sluggish and reviews were mixed to negative, with even the favorable reviews less than wholehearted in their praise.The negative reviews, on the other hand, were unstintingly caustic, criticizing Jackson for his "hammy direction" and a "garish, pointless and downright inept rendering of Alice Sebold's 2002 novel." "It's as if the filmmaker, faced with an endless series of daunting creative choices, proudly took the wrong road each and every time," wrote the Boston Globe's Ty Burr.The challenges came with the territory, he observed.Sebold's book -- a surprise best-seller upon its 2002 release -- concerns the rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl, Susie Salmon, in 1973 Pennsylvania.
On any given day this year, the world learned of yet another successful cyber attack on a high-profile organization—often long after the damage has been done.