Consumers are finally beecoming aware of the value of their data, and show preference to companies that protect it.
NetClean's CEO calls on workplaces to be on lookout for child sexual abuse imagery on work computers as the children's commissioner for England publishes her report which says only one in eight cases are reported.
A little more than a week after a Federal Trade Commission administrative law judge tossed the FTC's data breach case against LabMD, the agency has filed an appeal of the ruling.
Just one month after U.S. and U.K. law enforcement helped take down Dridex, Trend Micro is reporting the botnet is bouncing back.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted a video malvertising campaign that highlights the ad industry's lack of security.
Researchers at SANS Internet Storm Center spotted a nuclear exploit kit delivering the Cryptowall ransomware in nuclear exploit kits.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will meet next Wednesday to discuss international cybertheft of corporate intellectual property.
Already a scourge on personal computers, as well as personal websites, ransomware is now going after Linux web servers.
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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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