Travel-booking company Sabre Corp. settles with 27 states over breach of credit card data
The 27 attorneys general involved in the settlement said that Sabre responded poorly to the incident, particularly in notifying people that their information might be compromised.
As FireEye grapples with breach investigation, questions remain
The cybersecurity community and Capitol Hill are watching closely.
Symantec implicates APT10 in sweeping hacking campaign against Japanese firms
After a 2018 U.S. indictment, it looks like APT10 is back.
European ransomware group strikes US hospital networks, analysts warn
“UNC1878 is one of most brazen, heartless and disruptive threat actors I’ve observed over my career,” Mandiant's Charles Carmakal said.
Industry alert pins state, local government hacking on suspected Russian group
Temp.Isotope has been implicated in cyber activity targeting the 2019 Ukrainian election and a previous campaign against U.S. energy companies.
Meet FIN11, a cybercrime outfit going after pharma companies while leaning on extortion
The group joins the list of notorious financially-minded hackers.