Jun 04, 10:09 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By IBTimes Staff Reporter 06/04/19 AT 9:50 AM In the era of technology and digitalization, cyber security threats are becoming more and more complex. Threats have evolved from simple computer attacks to complex strategies aimed at every device that is connected to a network, including printers, cars, home appliances, and basically every smart device such as - no surprise here - your iPhone.Do I need an Antivirus for my iPhone? Some argue that it’s not necessary to have an antivirus for iPhone devices due to their built-in security measures. However, considering the increase in third-party app stores and hackers figuring out more clever ways to access your phone, along with fact that more and more people are storing sensitive information such as credit card details on their devices, and the real threat of identity theft, the need for extra protection is … [Read more...] about Do iPhones Need Antivirus and Which Ones Are Best?
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Kristen Jordan Shamus Detroit Free Press Published 5:25 PM EST Mar 5, 2019 More than 120,000 Health Alliance Plan clients' personal and protected medical information may have been compromised in a security breach, a company spokeswoman told the Free Press on Tuesday. Letters notifying customers of the breach were sent last week by Wolverine Solutions Group, a Detroit-based company HAP hired to manage its mailing services. The letters said the security breach occurred on or around Sept. 23, when Wolverine Solutions Group "experienced a ransomware incident — a malicious software that attacked and locked up our servers and workstations." HAP said Tuesday in a statement that the incident may have exposed customers' names, addresses, dates of birth, member identification numbers, health care provider names, patient identification numbers and claim information, such as the service codes and payment amounts. It … [Read more...] about HAP customers’ personal information affected by data breach