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DDoS attacks remain up, stronger in Q2, report says

DDoS attacks remain up, stronger in Q2, report says

Prolexic's second quarter DDoS report noted the proliferation of shorter attacks that ate up more bandwidth.

Op Emmental spoofs bank sites, uses Android malware to maintain account access

Op Emmental spoofs bank sites, uses Android malware to maintain account access

On Tuesday, Trend Micro released a report detailing Operation Emmental, which targets victims in Austria, Switzerland, Sweden and Japan.

Vice.com hacked, possibly The Wall Street Journal website too

Vice.com hacked, possibly The Wall Street Journal website too

A reported Russian hacker group known as W0rm tweeted on Monday that it had hacked Vice.com and The Wall Street Journal website.

EFF intros wireless router software to boost industry standard

EFF intros wireless router software to boost industry standard

This weekend, the digital rights group released a "hacker alpha" version of its Open Wireless Router software.

Breaches driving organizational security strategy, survey indicates

Breaches driving organizational security strategy, survey indicates

CyberArk interviewed 373 IT security executives and other senior management in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific as part of its eighth annual Global Advanced Threat Landscape survey.

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DATA BREACH BLOG

Thousands had data on computers stolen from California medical office

Bay Area Pain Medical Associates notified about 2,780 patients that their data was on computers stolen from its California offices.

Subcontractor breach impacts 1,700 in Dominion Resources employee wellness plan

About 1,700 people in the Dominion Resources employee wellness program have been notified that their data was accessed in a breach.

Document posted to California city website, employee data accessed

In California, a document posted to the City of Encinitas website contained data on hundreds of current and former city staffers.

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