ElasticSearch server exposed the personal data of over 57 m…

An ElasticSearch server that was left open on the Internet without a password has leaked the personal information of nearly 57 million Americans for almost two weeks, ZDNet has learned. The leaky server was spotted by Bob Diachenko, Director of Cyber Risk Research for cyber-security firm Hacken, during a regular security audit of unsecured servers
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Ex-OYO Social Media Manager’s marketing agency, Kreativ Street, has worked with more than 75 clients, including Fortune 500 companies within two years. When Neeraj Sancheti joined OYO as the Brand Strategy and Social Media Manager, the company was growing to 110 cities from 10 cities. Neeraj’s marketing efforts had to be strong, focused and fast.
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Google business reviews and reviews in general matter more than ever before. Consumers are turning to them more often to make purchasing decisions, they trust them more, and they’re actively reviewing businesses on a more frequent basis. A recent 2017 study by Bright Local on local customer reviews backs these findings up (and much more).
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On Thursday, Amazon’s chief technology officer, Werner Vogels, announced the launch of a tool for running clusters of the Apache Kafka open-source software for processing data. Kafka was originally developed inside LinkedIn, and its creators formed a start-up called Confluent that spun out of LinkedIn in 2014. Today, Confluent fields a cloud-managed version of Kafka
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In the Budget, The Chancellor announced the introduction of a “narrowly targeted” Digital Services Tax. It is indeed narrowly targeted, focused only on businesses that provide social media platforms, search engines or online market places and generate annually more than £500m of global annual revenues and £25m of UK revenues from these activities. It is
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A few weeks ago, while recording my podcast, the topic turned the old blog written by The Ultimate Warrior, the late bodybuilder turned chiropractic student turned pro wrestler turned ranting conservative political speaker under his legal name of, yes, “Warrior.” As <described by Deadspin’s Barry Petchesky in the aftermath of Warrior’s 2014 passing, he was
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Paid search marketing is known in the marketing and advertising industry by many different names (and abbreviations). Search engine marketing (SEM, which can include SEO), pay-per-click (PPC), search engine advertising, sponsored listings… the list goes on. And that’s before you start to involve the names of specific advertising programmes and ad types, such as Google
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Google is the most used tool for reviewing services, a new study suggest. The research, conducted by location marketing solution Uberall, found more than half of the 1,000 consumers use the search engine giant for reviews. It’s followed by Yelp (36 percent), Facebook (35 percent), Better Business Bureau (22 percent) and TripAdvisor (15 percent). “Google
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Add to favorites “Who maintains that software? The community…. Who fixes it? The magic software gnomes?” Amazon’s AWS has launched a managed version of the open source data streaming tool Apache Kafka. AWS described Apache Kafka clusters as “challenging to setup, scale, and manage in production”. Apache Kafka, created and open sourced by LinkedIn in
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Exclusive: A Labor Government would target ticket scalpers, banning bots and capping resale prices nationally under their Soundtrack Australia contemporary music policy. The measures would aim to reduce the scalping activities of offshore sites such as Viagogo that offer overpriced and fake tickets within minutes of concerts and sporting events going on sale on official
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