Intrusion Truth details work of suspected Chinese hackers who are under indictment in US
After a period of inactivity and then a Twitter restriction, the doxxing site is back.
Hackers disrupt networks at San Diego medical provider, Kansas organ transplant facilitator
The two breaches underscore how, more than a year into a pandemic, cybercriminals are still interfering with computer networks in the medical sector.
Magecart scammers aim at restaurants' online delivery systems
Five hacks exposed 343,000 payment cards, according to Gemini Advisory.
Online testing firm agrees to security audit after inquiry from senator
It’s another case of privacy and security risks emerging in technology that is key to adapting to the coronavirus pandemic.
As ransomware stalks the manufacturing sector, victims are still keeping quiet
Two years later, Norsk Hydro’s aggressive transparency in response to its breach remains an outlier in the manufacturing sector.
State prosecutors push Facebook, Twitter to do more to slow virus misinformation
Their piece by piece approach isn't enough, the attorneys general said.