U.S. authorities have concluded that three Chinese companies benefited from intellectual property stolen from U.S. companies as part of a corporate cyberespionage campaign conducted by the Chinese military.
Despite the hack of LoopPay, whose technology is at the heart of Samsung's mobile payment system, the electronics company said its Samsung Pay is secure.
Verizon will start sharing user data, including the use of a controversial code tracker, with the AOL Advertising Network.
A federal jury in California convicted former Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys of conspiring to help the hacktivist group Anonymous hack into the LA Times and alter its website.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) issued a warning yesterday to consumers stating that their newly-issued EMV, or chip, credit card is still vulnerable.
VideoSaver, a potentially unwanted program (PUP), has been detected altering default settings on users' browsers.
Researchers at Malwarebytes said the WinRAR product is not malicious after publishing a blog last week that it was vulnerable.
The Canadian Department of National Defence put a $825,000 contract up for bid to find a firm that will study how to hack an automobile and come up with a mitigating response.
DATA BREACH BLOG
The American Bankers Association (ABA), based in Washington, DC, is notifying more than 6,000 ABA shopping cart users of a breach that exposed their personal information.
A laptop and EMG machine containing personal information were stolen from a Barrington Orthopedic Specialists transport vehicle.
Several individuals posed as health care professionals and used member information to submit false claims to Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ.
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SC Magazine Articles
- Consumers need to up password security: Darren Guccione of Keeper Security
- U.S. authorities identify Chinese companies that benefited from military cybertheft
- Samsung Pay secure despite LoopPay breach, company says
- Verizon lets users opt-out of controversial code tracker, will share data with AOL
- Former Reuters journalist convicted of helping Anonymous hack the LA Times