The $33 million raised in HyTrust's most recent round of funding will target product development, international expansion and marketing and sales efforts.
Officials at Bradley University said an internal investigation revealed the school's computer security system had been breached and infected with data-stealing malware.
Similar to previous attacks, saboteurs spread the malware by leveraging Steam's chat feature.
After meeting with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, Chinese officials put a hold on restrictions that would require tech companies to provide code and comply with audits.
In five class action suits, Premera customers accuse the insurance provider of negligence.
New research from the EU suggests that Facebook is tracking internet users' web browsing habits, even if they've opted out of the feature or haven't registered with the social media site.
Black market Evolution disappeared this month, along with $12 million in Bitcoin, as part of what is believed to be an exit scam.
Australia's Department of Immigration and Border Protection inadvertently leaked personal information of world leaders who attended the 2014 G20 Summit in Brisbane.
Selling for as little as $1, Uber login credentials have been found on the black market though the company still denies it was hacked.
A Kaspersky researcher found that the cryptocurrency's ledger can be used to store malware control mechanisms or provide access to illicit content.
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