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- Cybercrime: on an upward trend
The security industry is watching the growth of smart cities with increasing suspicion. Their gripe? How to defend them.
Persistence pays off as security researcher nets bug bounty for unearthing an access control bypass allowing attackers to reset passwords if they know the usernames.
Friday's DDoS attacks that created major website outages across the Internet may prove to be a watershed moment for the Internet of Things industry, after years of warnings - mostly ignored - about the glaring vulnerabilities in IoT devices.
An international team of researchers have developed an exploit to "root" access Android phones made by LG, Samsung and Motorola using Rowhammer hardware attacks.
A recent study found that law enforcement may be able to deter teen cybercrime by treating hackers like addicts.
Thai telecommunication companies are bristling at a proposed law that would criminally punish ISPs for computer crimes perpetrated by their users, and place the burden of proof on these providers to defend themselves.
Silver Creek Fitness & Physical Therapy suffered a data breach through a third-part contractor that exposed their clients personally identifiable information to include Social Security and Medicare numbers.
Microsoft on Friday warned of a malware threat called Hicurdismos that simulates the infamous Windows Blue Screen of Death as part of a tech support scam.
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Katy Independent School District (ISD) in Texas is alerting select students that their information may have been compromised by a third-party vendor.
The Hutchinson Community Foundation in Kansas was hit with a data breach and ransomware attack.
The Central Ohio Urology Group reported that in early August it became aware of an incident where an unauthorized posted patient and employee information to Twitter.