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     Your safety on the Internet is only
     as good as your best judgement and
     dilligence versus the excitement
     and thrills realized by those who
     seek to impact your day or destroy
     your privacy.  Be careful out there.





     The 15 worst data security breaches of the 21st Century  | CSO, Taylor Armerding       06/14/2017
       -   #1  Yahoo : 1.5 Billion User Accounts - 2013 to 2014
       -   #2  Adult Friend Finder : 412.2 Million Accounts - October 2016
       -   #3  eBay : 145 Million Users Compromised - May 2014
       -   #4  Heartland Payment Systems : 134 Million Credit Cards Exposed - March 2008
       -   #5  Target Stores : Up to 110 Million People Compromised - Dec 2013
       -   #6  TJX Companies, Inc. : 94 Million Credit Cards Exposed - December 2006
       -   #7  JP Morgan Chase : 76 Million Households and 7 Million Small Businesses - July 2014
       -   #8  US Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
                   : Personal Information of 22 Million Current & Former Federal Employees - 2012 to 2014
       -   #9  Sony's PlayStation Network : 77 Million PlayStation Network accounts hacked,
                   estimated losses of $171 Million US, Site was down for a month
- April 20, 2011
       - #10  AnthemUp to 78.8 million current & former customers personal information- February 2015
       - #11  RSA Security : Possibly 40 million employee records stolen - March 2011
       - #12  Stuxnet : Attack on Iran's nuclear power program - Sometime in 2010
       - #13  VeriSign : Undisclosed information stolen - Throughout 2010
       - #14  Home Depot : 56 Million Customers, theft of Credit/Debit Card information - September 2014
       - #15  Adobe : 38 Million User Records - October 2013