Alleged Capital One hacker may have taken data from dozens of companies, feds say
In a court filing, the government says Paige Thompson told police that she neither sold or shared the data from the Capital One breach.
DanaBot banking trojan hits Germany again, with new targets
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Financial hacking teams FIN7, Cobalt Group update tactics to haunt banks and retail
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Big name cybersecurity vendors are trying to buy their way to the top
A strong economy and higher demand for security products means big vendors will continue buying startups to keep up with emerging technology.
The FBI is diving deeper into the Methbot ad fraud case
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Cybereason raises another $200 million, aims for IPO within 2 years
The Boston-based company continues its march toward an IPO.
What Capital One's cybersecurity team did (and did not) get right
It's not great that a lone engineer was able to pull data from 106 million people. But this was far from Equifax 2.0.
Capital One is a cautionary tale for companies rushing to embrace new tech
As developers take on more responsibility to make money, sometimes security is lost in the mix.
My info was in the Capital One breach. What should I do?
The majority of those impacted by the Capital One breach are left with one big question: What do I do? We have some ideas.
Clues to the alleged Capital One hacker's crimes were all over the internet
Paige Thompson bragged about taking data from Capital One’s storage on Slack and Github, according to the FBI.