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About 2,800 victims of worldwide info-stealing campaign targeting various sectors

About 2,800 victims of worldwide info-stealing campaign targeting various sectors

Unknown attackers have claimed about 2,800 victims in an ongoing information-stealing campaign identified by Kaspersky Lab as "Crouching Yeti."

Study: CISO leadership capacity undervalued by most C-level execs

Study: CISO leadership capacity undervalued by most C-level execs

According to a ThreatTrack Security study, 74 percent of execs believed that CISOs didn't belong on organization's senior leadership teams.

PittyTiger spearphishing campaign speaks multiple languages

PittyTiger spearphishing campaign speaks multiple languages

A threat group operating out of China continues its damage using older exploits, FireEye researchers said.

Latest Citadel trick allows RDP access after malware's removal

Latest Citadel trick allows RDP access after malware's removal

Trusteer, an IBM company, said the new Citadel configuration was detected this month.

Nearly 600 U.S. businesses compromised by 'Backoff' POS malware

Nearly 600 U.S. businesses compromised by 'Backoff' POS malware

Attackers are brute-forcing remote desktop software to infect point-of-sale devices with relatively new malware known as Backoff.

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Malware on Backcountry Gear website, payment cards compromised

Malware was installed on the Backcountry Gear website for roughly three months, during which payment cards may have been compromised.

Programming error results in CVS Caremark mailing blunder

About 350 CVS Caremark customers are being notified that a programming error resulted in mailers containing their personal information being sent to the wrong customers.

Seattle University donor checks possibly exposed due to settings error

Seattle University is notifying an undisclosed number of donors that anyone with a Seattle University computer account could have viewed scanned checks.

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