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A new podcast investigating history’s most notorious data breaches.


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About Breach

Hosted by award-winning cybersecurity journalist Bob Sullivan and veteran podcast producer Alia Tavakolian, Breach investigates history's biggest data breaches with IT security experts, technology reporters, and white hat hackers.

Season 1
 takes an in-depth look at the largest known hack in history—the Yahoo data breach—when cybercriminals compromised 3 billion Yahoo user accounts, including names, email addresses, phone numbers and more. Those personal records were exposed for three years before the public was notified. You’ll learn:

  • How a series of missteps helped make Yahoo a target.
  • Why hackers targeted specific Yahoo user accounts.
  • Why U.S. law enforcement believes Russian operatives are behind the hacks.
  • How the breach unfolded and what the tech industry learned from it.

Season 2
 of Breach takes an in-depth look at the 2017 Equifax breach, which exposed the personal information of 145 million people—nearly half of all Americans. Names, social security numbers, birth dates, home addresses, and in some cases driver's license numbers were captured in the attack.

How is that even possible? What went wrong? How were hackers able to gain access to Equifax servers? What does it mean for you? And, is there anything you can do about it? Breach digs deep for answers.

Creators of Breach podcast become part of the story

When your job is investigating the biggest data breach in history, getting hacked is an occupational hazard. That’s exactly what happened to the creators of the hit podcast Breach. Watch this quick video to hear their story and find out how Carbonite partner White Rock Security Group responded to the attack:

Carbonite partner White Rock Security Group response to the attack


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