Ransomware group strikes second U.S. health care system in the last two months
The targeted systems are just two of dozens of the group's attacks in the last year.
UN to begin new phase of negotiations on cybercrime treaty, alarming human rights activists
A U.N. cybercrime treaty could give global governments new — and what many human rights defenders call worrisome — powers to prosecute cybercrimes.
Venezuelan leftists took to Twitter in attempt to swing Colombian presidential election
An account had more than 144,000 followers before Twitter suspended it.
Court hands Microsoft control of websites linked to spying by Chinese hackers
Nickel, aka APT15, Ke3chang and Vixen Panda, was snooping on government agencies and others, the company said.
Months-long Interpol crackdown nets more than 1,000 online fraud arrests
The sting also intercepted $27 million in illicit funds.
Scammers just posted 1.3 million payment card numbers on Joker's Stash, a market for ID theft
It's the latest evidence Indian cardholders' data is being marketed for identity theft.