- Ransomware targeting healthcare overshadows other sectors
- Law enforcement community meets to discuss ...
- ThreatConnect: Guccifer 2.0 likely persona for ...
- Kimpton Hotels investigates potential payment card ...
- RNC's Preibus unwise to challenge hackers
- 'KeySniffer' attack allows wireless keyboard eavesdropping
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- Feds would benefit from adoption of ...
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- Possible breach at GunMag Warehouse
An analysis of malicious threats tracked by managed security services provider Solutionary reported that ransomware attacks targeting healthcare companies comprised 88 percent of all ransomware attacks.
ThreatConnect: Guccifer 2.0 likely persona for Russian-linked propagandists, PR operatives leaking info to media
Despite the hacker's claims of independence, a digital trail traced by the ThreatConnect Research Team led to an Elite VPN service based in Russia being used to pass documents to the media.
The hotel chain said it had been made aware of unauthorized charges occurring on cards that were previously used legitimately at Kimpton properties.
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus may have tossed down a gauntlet to hackers when he declared that his organization's data is safe and he does not expect to be hacked.
Members will discuss and examine the challenges of balancing privacy and fighting cybercrime.
A researcher earned $10,080 from Twitter's bug bounty program after discovering he could access a supposedly private online registry that led him to the complete source code for Twitter's Vine video-sharing service.
A third-party provider is being blamed for a possible breach into customer transactions at GunMag Warehouse.
Fearing a Russian cyberattack, Estonia is reportedly negotiating with the U.K and Luxembourg governments to store citizen data in the U.K.
DATA BREACH BLOG
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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