In an effort to see what happens after a data breach, the Federal Trade Commission leaked a database of 100 fake customers.
A researcher going by the moniker Kedrisch spotted a Twitter vulnerability which would've allowed a user to post tweets from any user's account.
ESET researchers spotted XData ransomware making rounds a week after the global WannaCryptor scare.
Cylance researchers spotted enhancements on the Qakbot malware that enable it to infect new systems and lock out administrators.
Federal agencies are setting up more formal insider threat prevention programs at a much higher rate but few have seen progress as a result.
Qurium researchers claim to have traced the "MacronGate" to a black hat troll.
Threat actors are using stolen DocuSign customer emails in a phishing campaign to spread malicious Word Documents.
Cylance researchers spotted a phishing campaign dubbed "BAIJIU" looking to capitalize on those curious about hermit kingdom of North Korea.
The Senate Intelligence Committee, galvanized by almost daily revelations about Team Trump's ties to Russia and Tuesday's abrupt dismissal of FBI Director James Comey, has turned up the heat on its investigation.
Whilst examining cybersecurity attacks and methods from the first part of 2017, researchers at PandaLabs found cyber-attacks are more complex than ever before.
Three Chinese hackers were ordered by a Federal Judge in Manhattan to pay a combined total of approximately $9 million in fines.
The Federal Communications Commission blamed a website slowdown to DDoS attacks not a charge of protests led by "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver.
So disturbed was Yates by the information gleaned by the FBI from interviews with Flynn at the White House that she didn't wait until agents wrote up a report on their findings before requesting a face-to-face meeting with White House Counsel Donald McGahn.
An Oakland-based defense attorney is accusing the local police department of deliberately misleading a judge who signed an order used to justify the use of stingrays.
O2 has admitted that thieves exploited flaws in SS7 to steal money from victim's bank accounts.
Celebgate hackers have hit another WWE star this time leaking nude images of four-time women's champion Charlotte Flair.
The sky may have fallen causing agents and servers across the globe to go rogue as the Bondnet 007.01 botnet army seizes victims to do its bidding.
Approximately 500,000 pediatric medical records were spotted for sale on the dark web, many of which from offices likely unaware they were breached.
Threat Sharing should be a two-way street with all parties sharing relevant information with each other.
Fitchburg, Mass. city officials reported that the Social Security numbers of 1,800 residents were compromised during a data breach that was discovered on April 14, but took place more than three years ago.
Two men were convicted in the U.K. for the 2015 TalkTalk breach after admitting their part in the attack that affected 160,000 customers.
In-memory attacks are on the rise according to Sentinel One, and being increasingly adopted by cyber-crime authors to evade security software.
An intoxicated gentleman who may or may not have been in fear of unsecured robots decided to take a preemptive strike against a 300lb security robot.