458 names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and flight dates were exposed.
A hard drive, computer and thumb drive -- none of them encrypted -- exposed over 9,000 patients' personal information.
'It is not only appropriate, but critical, that the FTC has the ability to take action,' said FTC chairwoman Edith Ramirez.
According to Cyphort Labs, the number of malvertising attacks carried out by hackers increased by 325 percent in the past year.
Both the Illinois Department of Corrections and the Colorado Office of Information Technology recently released personal information by mistake.
The names, addresses and credit card information of approximately 93,000 customers may have been exposed.
The leaked data includes 36 million customer records, listing names, addresses, user names, passwords and the last four digits of credit card numbers.
The new number is more than three times the estimate the IRS had given in May.
'They forgot to add that we conjure all this up during steamy banya sessions, after parking the bears we ride outside,' Eugene Kaspersky wrote.
70 percent of U.S. adults think it's riskier to trust a company with their Social Security number than to carry their Social Security card with them.
UCSD researchers were able to both activate and disable the car's brakes and control the car's windshield wipers, all via SMS.
The group is alleged to have earned over $100 million by stealing and trading on corporate earnings announcements before they were made public.
As many as 2.4 million customers' names, addresses, birthdates and bank information may have been exposed.
The same hackers who hit Anthem, United Airlines and the Office of Personnel Management may have added American and Sabre to the list.
Massive amounts of data were stolen in a short period of time, according to news reports.
The FDA is urging health care facilities to switch to alternative infusion systems 'as soon as possible.'
Usernames and passwords were exposed in plain text.
Malicious ads were found to be redirecting victims to the Angler Exploit Kit, according to Malwarebytes researchers.
Only 25 percent think CISOs should be part of an organization's leadership team, according to a recent survey.
The data potentially exposed includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, lab results, medical conditions and health insurance information.
70 percent of U.S. IT and IT security practitioners say more security incidents are caused by uninentional mistakes than by malicious acts.
The stolen data includes flight manifests, which identify flights' passengers, origins and destinations.
Over 300 employees' names, email addresses and hashed passwords were published online.
The hackers say the attacks were launched to protest the TTIP and TPP, and to retaliate for the shooting of James Daniel McIntyre by Candian police.
The recall was issued in response to a recent demonstration showing that a Jeep Cherokee can be hacked remotely via the Uconnect system.
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