Victims can sue Yahoo for massive breaches, federal judge says
The plaintiffs say they would have chosen a different email provider had they been aware of Yahoo's risks.
DNC hires first ever CSO ahead of 2018 midterms
The Democratic National Committee has hired former Yahoo CISO Bob Lord to lead the committee's cybersecurity operations.
How Verizon delicately handled the Yahoo breach
Craig Silliman, Verizon’s EVP of Public Policy and General Counsel, said Verizon didn't panic when Yahoo announced a very bad breach in late 2016.
Guilty plea for Canadian charged in 2014 Yahoo hacking case
Karim Baratov, a 22-year-old Kazakhstan-born Canadian citizen, was arrested in Toronto in March before waiving his right to fight extradition to the U.S. earlier this year.
Yahoo, Equifax still don't know who was behind their massive hacks
Marissa Mayer was among the ex-CEOs how testified in front of Congress on their massive data breaches, providing very little new information.
Why DHS is telling all feds to implement DMARC email security
DHS' Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity, Jeanette Manfra, gives the reasoning for DHS's latest order.