A new variety of ransomware has recently appeared and is displaying some very unusual behavior, primarily by only targeting South Korean entities and actively ignoring any other potential victims.
The U.S. Department of Education issued a belated warning to the nation's school districts concerning cyberattacks that use threats of violence against students in an attempt to extort money from the district.
Microsoft's already battered Office 365 is once again being targeted, this time by KnockKnock, a botnet attack designed to specifically victimize the office productivity software suite.
Google is rolling out a new three-step cybersecurity plan designed to give extra protection to those most in need.
The online image sharing website We Heart It told its members late last week that more than 8 million of its accounts were compromised in a data breach that took place four years ago.
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- Silver Cross Hospital vendor exposes information on 9,000 patients
- 106,000 Mid-Michigan Physicians clinic patient records exposed
- Almost 5,000 The Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care patient records exposed
- 5,300 University of Iowa Health Care records exposed for two years
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- Iowa veterans warned of possible data breach
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- W-2 phishing scam scourge continues hitting Powhatan County (Va.) schools
- Cincinnati Eye Institute staffers tax data possibly exposed
- 1,000 Redmond (Ore.) school district workers affected by W-2 breach
- 17K affected in W-2 data breach at American Senior Communities
- 7,700 Manatee, Fla. school workers compromised in W-2 scam