The breaches involved different malware and both companies are investigating whether payment card information was stolen.
The nonprofit organization alleges that the Maricopa County Community College District violated the FTC's "Safeguards Rule."
An updated report indicates that since this time last year, breaches have increased by 29.4 percent, with 568 breaches occurring this year.
The two laptops stolen from American Family Care were password protected, yet unencrypted, and may have contained Social Security numbers.
Signature Systems, Inc. confirmed that 108 other businesses were impacted by the malware installed on its systems.
The Wall Street Journal reported that a Secret Service investigation uncovered malware customized to attack Home Depot.
User passwords were being stored in cleartext, and are among the data that may have been compromised in the attack.
A phishing attack may have resulted in the theft of personal information belonging to customers of Japan Airlines's frequent flier club.
The sandwich store chain confirmed that customer card information was compromised at more than 200 of its stores.
The retailer's massive breach has spawned multiple lawsuits and reports of fraudulent transactions.
The breach shaming trend impedes forward progress in preventing such incidents in the future and leaves consumers worrying without educating them.
More than 1.4 million Viator customers are being notified that their personal data, including payment card information, may have been compromised.
The New York Times reported that the retailer's security team warned of possible system vulnerabilities but managers never followed through.
Insurance firm Beazley analyzed more than 1,500 data breaches it serviced between 2013 and 2014.
The PCI Security Standards Council's new general manager Stephen Orfei spoke at the Florida community meeting.
A new report from the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee found that multiple successful attempts were made to access and steal information from contractors' systems, and often times, the government didn't know it happened.
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation found customer payment card information from all 26 Wisconsin stores on sale.
Home Depot confirmed that approximately 56 million payment cards may have been compromised as result of a malware attack.
K Box was targeted in an attack that was supposed to express unhappiness over a toll fare hike.
A web hosting service apologized for intermittent unauthorized access of its hosted environment over 18 months that led to the Goodwill breach.
Aventura Hospital and Medical Center has reported a data breach for the third time in two years.
The top Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee asked for a hearing to investigate the CHS breach.
This summer's attack on the bank's network might have helped hackers detect subtle vulnerabilities they could exploit in the future.
Tampa General Hospital is notifying 675 patients that their personal information may have been accessed, without authorization, by a former employee.
In testimony to a Senate committee, cyber experts said the U.S. has fielded 600,000 attacks this year.
The unencrypted desktop computer was stolen from a university physician's office in July.
The incident could have exposed the names and Social Security numbers of users, although no evidence has surfaced to suggest that's the case.
The clinic is warning patients of a potential breach after an unauthorized party accessed a server.
An Illinois resident sued the home improvement retailer and claimed the company failed to comply with security standards.
Unauthorized payment card purchases made in Massachusetts, New York and Texas may be tied to four Beef 'O' Brady's sports bar locations in Florida.