US financial regulator fines Capital One $80 million over data breach
The company says its improved its security practices since the incident.
A right-wing social network reported a potential breach. Then it went dark. What happened at AllSocial?
The site, which launched with the aim of fighting "viewpoint censorship," has drawn the scrutiny of cybersecurity researchers.
Another guilty plea in $568 million Infraud crime ring
Valerian Chiochiu, a 30-year-old Moldovan, allegedly wrote malware for the group.
Twilio breach spotlights struggle to keep corporate software kits out of the wrong hands
The damage could have been worse if the attack had been targeted.
Insurer's huge data exposure draws charges from New York state
The complaint is the first action under new Department of Financial Services regulations.
After hackers nearly stole $1M from soccer team, UK agency warns of sporting sector’s vulnerabilities
Another soccer team suffered a ransomware attack that cost the club hundreds of thousands of dollars.
$2 million in rewards posted for accused SEC hackers
The State Department offered rewards of up to $1 million apiece for information leading to the arrest or conviction of Artem Radchenko and Oleksandr Ieremenko.
Decline in early cyber investments continues alongside coronavirus concerns
There's interest in security technologies that are quick and easy to install, though.
Fixing supply chain vulnerabilities should be a team effort
Over time, the hope is that we can start building connected devices with a security-first approach.
Accused Cypriot scammer threatened to publish stolen data if victims didn't pay huge extortion fees
Victims included the Ripoff Report and a sporting news site owned by TBS.