President Obama signed an Executive Order at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau calling for enhanced security measures, including microchips and PINs.
The coalition began as an effort to stop the spread of the Hikit trojan, previously known for targeting U.S. defense contractors.
The malware has various features, including the ability to start persistently, take screenshots and bypass user access controls.
Security pros urge operators and users to nix support for the popular, but antiquated, SSL v3.0.
Mudit Grover's personal information was published online after a hacker, Team Danny, took control of the site.
After both companies said their new operating systems would come equipped with default encryption, FBI director James B. Coney used a speech to warn attendees of the repercussions those decisions could have.
A report details the three most commonly exploited Java bugs affecting users.
A routine traffic stop in Texas resulted in two men being arrested for possession of criminal devices.
Malicious software installed on Sept. 24 may have compromised personal information for visitors that made purchases between May 12 and Aug. 28.
Settings for an internal file server were inadvertently modified, making graduate school applications accessible to anyone with Marquette University login credentials.
UC Davis Health System is notifying 1,326 patients that a physician's work email account was accessed by an unknown source and an email within that account contained their personal or medical information.