Arrested German hacker confesses to leaking politicians' information, report says
Germany’s federal criminal police, known as the BKA, said they searched the suspected hacker's home on Sunday, confiscating his computer and other personal materials.
German investigators question teenager, search residence, as breach probe continues
Jan Schürlein, a 19-year-old IT developer, says he is being treated as a "witness" in the investigation into the breach, which exposed information about hundreds of Germany's politicians.
BevMo payment breach affects thousands, with researchers pointing to Magecart
The company says hackers ran malicious script on its website that was able to skim payment information for nearly two months.
Caribou Coffee reports data breach including payment information at 265 stores
Hackers may have had access to customer payment data for more than three months.
Misconfigured server exposed half of all Brazilian taxpayer ID numbers, report says
Researchers haven't been able to identify the database owners and warn that any determined cyber-actor wouldn't miss such a large prize.
House panel: Equifax breach was ‘entirely preventable’
Proactive security measures and better IT leadership would have done the job, congressional investigators say.