"This Week in Data" is a weekly infographic that aims to serve as a quick and easy way for our readers to catch up on the latest news about the people and organizations that are shaking up the world of big data, cloud computing, and all thing data storage.
This week we learned about the minor security fix that could have prevented last summer's JP Morgan Chase data breach, North Korea appeared to suffer multiple DDoS attacks that brought the country's internet down, and Google says government takedown requests have dropped slightly.
Scroll to the bottom of the infographic to find links each story. Think we drank too much eggnog over the holidays and missed out on a major story? Feel free to contribute your own thoughts by commenting below.
North Korea and Sony
- North Korea Responsible for Sony Hack, According to the FBI
- Sony hack: North Korea Back Online After Internet Outage
- Entry Point of JPMorgan Data Breach is Identified
- NYT: JPMorgan Chase was Hacked Due to Two-Factor Authentication Blunder
Government Takedown Requests Drop
- Google Transparency Report
- Google's Latest Transparency Report Says Gov't Data Removal Requests Down
Oracle Acquires Datalogix
- Oracle buys Westminster ad-analytics firm Datalogix
- Oracle to Buy Digital Marketing Cloud Provider Datalogix
- Microsoft confirms OneDrive will Keep Files 'Forever' if Users Want It
- Microsoft Confirms OneDrive Will Keep Files 'Forever'