Last week, the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission disclosed that they’d suffered a network breach, and that attackers stole non-public data. The SEC takes financial filings from public companies traded on the stock market. While much of that data is released publicly, companies also share non-public information as well. Pundits warn that attackers might use this sort of data for insider trading. Press play below to learn more about this breach.
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- SEC Chairman discloses a data breach – Ars Technica
- Official SEC statement about they network breach – SEC.gov