Thursday Edition: Three Notable Articles In the News about Linkedin
By ROBERT MCMILLAN Updated May 19, 2016 6:55 p.m. ET
Professional social network says it will invalidate passwords that weren’t changed since breach
LinkedIn says that it is moving quickly to deal with the release of data from a 2012 security breach, which could include 117 million passwords.
By Georgia Wilkins Business reporter
A cyber security expert has warned Australian bank and email accounts could have been exposed in a 2012 LinkedIn security breach now believed to have affected more than 100 million people