Episode 1223 – CafePress Fined $500,000 For Breach, What Security Gaps Did They Have

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CafePress suffered a breach in 2019 where 23 million users’ records were leaked. The FTC has now fined them $500,000 for that breach. This episode talk about the breach and what security gaps were discovered in the company and what they were ordered to fix.

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