New SEC guidance: Please don't sell your stocks if you have insider info about a breach
The unanimously approved guidance details the ways in which publicly traded companies ought to be transparent with investors and other stakeholders when it comes to cyber risk.
Two Russians sentenced to prison for role in hacks against U.S. companies
Just three of the corporate victims lost more than $300 million, according to prosecutors.
U.S. and U.K. blame Russia for infamous 'NotPetya' cyberattacks
The U.S. and United Kingdom's governments are blaming the Russian military for a famous cyberattack that took place last June.
FS-ISAC releases API for safer data sharing
The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center is releasing the API in order “to foster universal adoption of a more secure and robust data sharing framework."
After litany of alleged lies, Israeli hacking firm Ability Inc. settles lawsuit for $3 million
The settlement is a significant hit for a company with fast evaporating cash reserves and revenue — and little explanation as to why things have gone so badly.
Oh, banks have cameras? Two men arrested for ATM jackpotting scheme must've forgot
Perpetrators dress up like repair technicians and then use malware to get the ATM to eject thousands of dollars of cash.