Attackers are brute-forcing remote desktop software to infect point-of-sale devices with relatively new malware known as Backoff.
Nearly 650,000 Paddy Power customers who made an account prior to 2010 had data compromised in a breach.
Out of the 237 disclosed data breaches last quarter, encryption was used in only 10 instances.
About 350 CVS Caremark customers are being notified that a programming error resulted in mailers containing their personal information being sent to the wrong customers.
Seattle University is notifying an undisclosed number of donors that anyone with a Seattle University computer account could have viewed scanned checks.
A report by Brian Krebs detailed the intrusions, which occurred between Oct. 2011 and Aug. 2012.
An audit of NOAA by the inspector general found security shortcomings, including the link between information systems and satellite systems.
Data on more than one million credit and debit cards was pilfered in the 2012 breach of a system Think W3 Limited.
Customers who paid with credit and debit cards at a Wendy's in Michigan may have had their payment card compromised if they used it at the restaurant for about a month prior to July 15.
Bloomberg says the Japanese government is eyeing cyber security legislation to make companies 'fess up to security incidents impacting users.
A judge ruled that plaintiffs couldn't show monetary damage in suit filed after a breach exposed data on 2.6 million of the retailer's customers.
Daniel Stratman was a senior at University of Nebraska-Lincoln when he was arrested for hacking into the university's computer system and accessing personal information.
As least 500 patients of Self Regional Healthcare have been notified that their personal information was on a laptop stolen from a Self Regional facility.
European Central Bank discovered the breach when it received an anonymous email requesting money in exchange for the data.
The 2011 hack exposed the personal information of roughly 77 million users registered with PlayStation Network and Qriocity.
Miguel Corzo, the IT manager who was fired on Tuesday, claims Maricopa County Community College District is making him into a scapegoat.
While it isn't realistic for organizations to expect that it will never happen to them, a rapid, professional and continuous response can limit their scope and reputational impact.
The Wall Street Journal confirmed on Tuesday that an outside party exploited a vulnerability and hacked into its new graphics systems.
The ruling comes nearly three years after a computer theft occurred at the organization.
Credit card and debit card data may have been compromised at several Goodwill locations around the country.
A reported Russian hacker group known as W0rm tweeted on Monday that it had hacked Vice.com and The Wall Street Journal website.
Bay Area Pain Medical Associates notified about 2,780 patients that their data was on computers stolen from its California offices.
Bloomberg revealed that hackers used two zero-day flaws to breach NASDAQ's servers in 2010.
The U.K.'s data security watchdog has disclosed a data breach it suffered in the last year.
An Australian daily deals website company, Catch of the Day, alerted its users on Friday of a data breach that impacted one of its websites in 2011.
The National Consumer League's findings prompted the state's attorney general to speak about data breaches' implications.
Several security layers need to be monitored 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week to identify intrusion attempts at various stages and to help ward off attackers at all points.
While eBay reported healthy financials for the second quarter, CEO Jack Donahoe said the company is still recovering from a post-breach password reset.
About 1,700 people in the Dominion Resources employee wellness program have been notified that their data was accessed in a breach.
In California, a document posted to the City of Encinitas website contained data on hundreds of current and former city staffers.