1. Social Security Details of Millions Leaked Online

    By Aliss Higham Tens of millions of AT&T customers have had their personal data leaked online after a data breach. The telecommunications giant said on March 30 that personal details—including Social Security numbers, email addresses, phone numbers and birth dates—from a dataset we
  2. 'Dark web leak' hits AT&T users as millions of Social Security numbers released

    By Fiona Leishman AT&T users have been hit by a 'dark web leak', with millions of Social Security numbers being released. AT&T is now alerting millions of customers that their personal details have been leaked in a "dark web" breach, which includes Social Security numbers. The comp
  3. See what to do after a fraudulent withdrawal from bank account

    By Dave Ibemere A Nigerian woman said she lost over N400,000 of her life savings after falling victim to a fraudster She said it happened after answering a call which she thought was from her bank regarding issues with her account Victoria Adebisi, a bank's customer representative,
  4. See new changes introduced by Opay to protect customers' accounts

    By Dave Ibemere Opay, one of Nigeria's leading fintech companies, has announced new features and codes on customers' accounts The new feature now provides more protection to customers' funds in case of phone theft or user ID OPay operates as a licensed Mobile Money Operator under th
  5. HSBC fined £57.4m by Bank of England for 'serious failings' over deposit protection

    By Holly Williams, PA Business Editor & Lawrence Matheson HSBC has been slapped with a hefty £57.4 million fine by the Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) for "serious failings" in protecting customer deposits. This is the second largest penalty ever given out b