New Podcast Investigates History's Most Notorious Data Breaches

June 10, 2018 Mark Brunelli

Breach is a new podcast investigating history’s most notorious data security breaches. Season one takes an in-depth look at the biggest hack in history: The Yahoo data breach left three billion users' private information vulnerable for three years before the public learned about it. Hosted by Bob Sullivan, an award-winning journalist and tech expert, and seasoned podcast producer Alia Tavakolian, Breach investigates every misstep that led up to the Yahoo attack—and what it means for businesses, consumers and the future of data privacy. Watch this quick video to learn more about Breach:

 

 

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