Authorities in British Columbia say as many as 3.4 million education records going back to 1986 may be breached due to a misplaced back up hard drive.
Internet infrastructure provider Internap is denying it is directly connected in any way regarding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email server, contradicting a story posted today by Breitbart.com.
A study by Kaspersky Lab has found that most consumers don’t have a clue when it comes to safely navigating the internet.
The vast majority U.S. organizations are not prepared to properly respond to a cyber attack, according to a new study by the Ponemon Institute.
The Dothan City, Ala., school board on Monday allocated $25,000 to purchase cyber liability insurance to cover the board in case a cyberattacker gains access to district information.
Falling for a phishing scam is embarrassing enough without having to learn the email came from your boss as part of a test of your cybersecurity knowledge, but that is what the chief information officer of the Department of Homeland is doing to his staff.
The Commack School District in New York reported Thursday that its high school student management system was accessed by an unauthorized individual, but the district has not yet said described the extent of the damage.