A Ukrainian national was sentenced in a Newark, N.J. court to two-and-a-half years in prison for his role in a global insider trading scheme believed to have netted his gang more than $100 million.
China seriously crippled U.S. Intelligence operations by systematically killing or imprisoning more than a dozen sources.
WikiLeaks on Friday published materials related to a malware implant called Athena, which enables remote beacon and loader capabilities on targeted computers running on Microsoft Windows versions XP through 10.
Although Target agreed to compensate consumers affected in its 2013 data breach from a pool of $10 million, a lone consumer is halting payouts.
The number of those affected by a breach into an Equifax subsidiary remains unclear, but what is known is that intruders were able to access customers' W-2 tax data, according to a report from security investigator Brian Krebs.
Zomato says the hacker responsible for breaching the company's database agreed to destroy all copies of the stolen data and remove it from the dark web, but only after the restaurant review service agreed to start a bug bounty program.
Zomato, an online restaurant search and review service, has notified its customers of a data breach, after a dark web vendor was discovered selling data belonging to millions of the company's users.
Apple app maker Panic's CEO Steven Frank said he mistakenly downloaded the malware-laced DVD-ripping app HandBrake resulting in some of the company's source code being stolen.
A data breach at NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island hospital may have compromised the information of nearly 3,500 patients.
The Shadow Brokers group that has been leaking alleged NSA hacking tools, is now threatening to launch a "Dump of the Month" service that will deliver more stolen tools and data to paying subscribers.
True-life digital pirates have reportedly hijacked the upcoming film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, and plan to leak it online in increments, unless Disney pays an exorbitant ransom demand to rescue its movie.
UK hospitals have reportedly been hit with a massive coordinated ransomware attack
The account details of millions of subscribers to the education platform Edmodo have not only been stolen but witnessed to be for sale on the dark web.
Yahoo's three-year-old bug bounty program has paid out more than $2 million to bug hunters with the most recent important find taking place in April when a vulnerability in Flickr was revealed.
Ontario, Canada mistakenly exposed thousands of residents' personal information after printing the wrong addresses on individuals' health card renewal forms, causing them to be sent to strangers, according to the Ottawa Citizen.
Celebgate hackers have hit another WWE star this time leaking nude images of four-time women's champion Charlotte Flair.
Approximately 500,000 pediatric medical records were spotted for sale on the dark web, many of which from offices likely unaware they were breached.
Sabre Corporation, a $3.37 billion company that provides technology solutions to airline and hotel companies, has disclosed a breach of its Hospitality Solutions SynXis Central Reservations system, which may have exposed consumers' payment card data and personally identifiable information.
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.
The two clinics, Harrisburg Endoscopy & Surgery Center and Harrisburg Gastroenterology, posted the same notices on their websites, saying that an unauthorized person "could potentially have accessed" data on their systems.
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.
On April 21, the Iowa Veterans Home (IVH) began notifying thousands of residents, former residents and applicants that their personal information may have been compromised.
The data of 1.3 million K-12 students was compromised after being exposed on the student warehouse platform Schoolzilla.
Cybersecurity startup Tanium is in hot water after exposing California Hospital network data during live product demonstrations and online videos.
An update to car parking payment app "RingGo" has led to the exposure of the personal details of thousands of UK drivers.
A breach of employee information in January at Westminster College in Missouri did not affect student academic records or financial aid information.