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Phishing scams and ransomware attacks may be grabbing the headlines, but for the financial sector lost or stolen mobile devices were the leading cause of data breaches over the last decade.
FOI request shows cyber assault on healthcare sector.
The interim boss of GOV.UK's Verify service is set to look for ways to use the identity-confirmation tools outside of central government.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the up according to new research; and the UK is firmly in the crosshairs.
Several public interest groups reached out to the FCC calling for action concerning the implementation of DSRC technology.
Baltimore police have been running an aerial surveillance program capable of tracking people and cars since early 2016, which is being paid for not by the city, but an unnamed private citizen and all of this has been done without public input.
VMware released security updates this week to address a local privilege escalation vulnerability in its VMware Identity Manager and vRealize Automation software, as well as a remote code execution vulnerability in the latter product.
Attackers used a flaw in the internet forum software vBulletin to breach 11 websites, exposing personal information of 27 million accounts.
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A laptop taken home by an employee of the Whitehead Nursing Home was stolen.
Patient records were compromised at Bon Secours, a nonprofit health care provider.
Phoenix-based Banner Health is notifying patients of a cyberattack that compromised patient records.
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