- Report on POS campaign provides peek ...
- Popular Russian boxing website compromised
- Tech big dogs enrolling in Privacy ...
- Yahoo! data breach likely exceeds 500 ...
- Cybercrime Blotter: Syrian Electronic Army hacker ...
- Boards taking more cyber seriously, driven ...
- Curtain closes on Ransomware Encryptor RaaS, ...
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Security researchers have uncovered a detailed cybercrime campaign against point-of-sale systems managed by two entrepreneurial criminals who have instituted the best practices of the global economy.
The security firm InfoArmor believes the Yahoo! data breach far exceeds the 500 million number, that the hack was accomplished by a cybergang, not a nation-state, and that overall about 3.5 billion user records have been stolen over the years.
A Bay Dynamics report found that 30 percent of board members now give cyber high priority, compared to just seven percent in 2014.
Those victims targeted over the past year by the ransomware as a service named Encryptor RaaS may be at a loss to ever recover their encrypted files.
A cybercriminal could be risking a serious beating by compromising the popular Russian boxing site allboxing[.]ru with a redirect to a third-party site containing a Russian banking trojan.
Google and Dropbox are the latest U.S. tech giants to register with the Privacy Shield.
A hacker who was associated with the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) pleaded guilty to conspiring to receive extortion proceeds and conspiring to unlawfully access computers.
SC Magazine Senior Reporter Jeremy Seth Davis discusses commodity malware with Cybereason CISO Israel Barak.
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Independent Security Researcher Troy Hunt spotted a database containing the information of nearly 324,000 Regpack accounts.
On Tuesday, officials announced an attacker using employee credentials may have accessed University of Alaska student information.
SCAN Health Plan is notifying users that remote attackers were able to gain access to the contact sheets system and accessed the personal information of past and current members and some non-plan members.
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