The Associated Press was denied a request made under the Freedom of Information Act for documents that contain security information on HealthCare.gov.
The Center for Digital Democracy has asked the FTC to investigate 30 U.S. firms' data collection practices, including Adobe, AOL and Datalogix.
More than four million patients had data compromised after attackers hacked into the computer network of Community Health Systems and installed malware, according to reports.
With the help of two unknown co-conspirators, Su Bin allegedly stole trade secrets related to aircraft models from the defense contractors.
This heightened awareness regarding data breach response time has created an interesting dynamic for security professionals.
Black Hat 2014 once again brought in some of the brightest minds in the information security field to showcase their skills. From discussions revolving around privacy, vulnerabilities, and state-sponsored malware, to educational training sessions, this year's event delivered plenty of fodder. Here's a look at the conference action. Photo Credit: Black Hat 2014