- FBI probes breach at Democratic fundraising ...
- Q2 DDoS activity up 83%, report
- Smart lighting flaws fixed
- Xen hypervisor vulnerability found
- ACLU Utah, ACLU motion challenges DEA ...
- Former Citibank employee sentenced for shutting ...
- Report: Majority of BEC scams reported ...
- Europe unhappy with Privacy Shield, holding ...
- FBI creates new senior-level data scientist ...
- Russian web hub Deer.io offering stolen ...
A breach at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.(DCCC) appears to have been done by the same hackers behind the DNC intrusions.
Nexusguard researchers noticed an 83 percent uptick in DDoS attacks in Q2 2016 compared to Q1.
Researchers at Rapid7 detected nine vulnerabilities in the Osram LIGHTIFY line of smart lighting.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah and the ACLU have taken to the courts to challenge the DEA's warrantless access of private prescription records from the Utah Controlled Substance Database.
A bug impacting all versions of open source Xen hybervisor that could allow an attacker to gain host privileges has been reported.
A former Citibank employee was sentenced to 21 months in prison after wiping routers and shutting down 90 percent of the firm's network access across North America.
Eighty-three percent of fraudulent money transfers reported to the FBI as the result of business email compromise scams are wired to banks in China and Hong Kong, CNN reported, following an FBI presentation at the International Conference on Cyber Security.
The FBI is looking for candidates to fill its brand-new position of senior-level data scientist, a role requires specialization in big-data analytics and whose responsibilities include serving as a top advisor and consultant to Cyber Division executives.
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An attacker gained unauthorized access to a North Carolina State University account containing personally identifiable information.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department reported that customer data may have been compromised on two separate occasions.
An unauthorized individual gained access to certain Acer Service Corporation ecommerce customer's payment information.
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