The U.S. Supreme Court hears a case that could determine determine requirements of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).
Trend Micro's new report has shown that Chinese Cyber-criminals are selling SEO services on Apple's App store.
A suspected Russian hacker claiming to have stolen 1.2 billion unique email and password combinations is being pursued by the FBI.
A breach at Hong Kong-based toymaker VTech has affected nearly five million and prompted some to rank it the fourth biggest breach to date.
An ESET survey on online banking habits found that Americans could be more secure with our online banking.
Lenovo patched two vulnerabilities over the Thanksgiving holiday that would allow a hacker to acquire administrative privileges.
A new Norton by Symantec study found 80 percent of Americans are worried they will be victimized by an online crime, but at the same time consumers are over confident in the belief that their online habits are safe.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted a video malvertising campaign that highlights the ad industry's lack of security.
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Starwood Hotels reported that malware implanted on the point-of-sale systems at several of its properties may have exposed customer credit card data.
A lawsuit alleges that the office of Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp released personal identifying information of Georgia voters to 12 organizations.
The North Caroline DHHS has announced a second email incident that affected more than 500 patients.
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