The NYCLU has released documents obtained from the NYPD detailing widespread stingray use without a written policy or warrants.
While most of the media understandably covers the search for a new President of the United States, we couldn't help but notice another job going begging at the White House: CISO. Which got us to thinking...
Researchers have been observing a litany of attacks against Netflix, its customers, and consumers interested in the content streaming service, warned Symantec in a blog post yesterday.
Online dating fraud declines during the Valentine's Day season, according to new research on romance scams.
The teen suspected of leaking the information of several U.S. government officials was arrested in the U.K.
An Android malware is masquerading as a security feature for AliPay, a Chinese PayPal-like online payment app.
Following in the wake of Patch Tuesday, three additional flaws with Microsoft products have been revealed, two of which could remove the two-factor authentication (2FA) protocol from any Windows products.
Mozilla yesterday issued security advisories announcing key updates to its Firefox browser and the Firefox Extended Support Release, both of which fixed vulnerabilities that the open-source developer labeled as critical.
DATA BREACH BLOG
Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) reported that someone gained unauthorized access to thousands of online customer accounts.
During an inventory of its IT assets, health insurer Centene discovered that six hard drives containing personal and health information on 950,000 customers had gone missing.
The University of Virginia (UVA) suffered a data breach that was initiated via a phishing scam that revealed the tax and banking data of some of the school's employees.
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