On Thursday, Under Armour Inc. announced that 150 million accounts from its subsidiary MyFitnessPal were compromised. The breach included user names, email addresses, and hashed passwords. (Hashing is a mathematical function that converts an original string of data into a seemingly random string of characters.) Driver’s license numbers and payment cards were allegedly not comprised. [...]
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The National Transportation Safety Board has released its preliminary findings regarding the devastating derailment of an Amtrak train heading from Washington, D.C. to New York on Tuesday. The NTSB reports found that the train was traveling at about 106 miles per hour around a curve, more than twice the legal speed limit. The train was [...]
As a longtime Washingtonian, I have traveled Amtrak’s Northeast Regional train on many, many occasions. So it was horrifying to read about the accident near Philadelphia last night. The pictures were extraordinarily frightening, in part, because the café car, seats, and the train cars are so familiar. Tragedies like this often hit home with those [...]
British Airways Executive Club Members May Have Fallen Victim to a Hack and Potential Identity Theft
When most people think about being “hacked,” they assume that you are talking about their credit cards or their email accounts – but frequent flier miles? Not so much. Yet British Airways recently sent a letter to a number of Executive Cub members informing them that they have experienced some “unauthorised activity” on their accounts. [...]