The company also says it 'expects to incur significant legal and other professional services expenses associated with the data breach' in the future.
Debit card accounts at Scotiabank, Banco Popular and FirstBank were compromised.
The company's corporate networks and email were taken offline following the attack.
According to the Guardian, the leading suspects are the U.S., the U.K., or Israel.
The number of attacks exceeding 10 Gbps grew by 38 percent from Q2 to Q3 2014.
The Trojan looks for processes linked to KeePass, Password Safe, and the neXus Personal Security Client.
Data from an Excel spreadsheet containing 9,250 asylum seekers' personal information was mistakenly embedded in a Word document published online.
2.7 million Turkish cardholders' names, HSBC account numbers, card numbers and expiration dates were exposed.
In response to the breach, the department's entire unclassified email system was shut down, with duty officers using Gmail accounts to communicate.
Verizon, however, is continuing to insert the tracking data into its customers' Web traffic.
NOAA didn't acknowledge the breach until weeks after the fact, according to the Washington Post.
The campaign targets corporate executives via hotel Wi-Fi networks.
The hacker leveraged his access to send an email to customers claiming the service was shutting down.
The Washington Post reports that Chinese government hackers are believed to have been responsible for the attack.
The company has also acknowleged that the attackers leveraged a third-party vendor's user name and password to access Home Depot's network.
The malware has already been downloaded more than 350,000 times.
'With just a mobile phone, we created a PoS terminal that could read a card through a wallet,' says lead researcher Martin Emms.
An employee improperly accessed an undisclosed number of customers' names, account numbers and Social Security numbers.
'You should proceed under the assumption that every Drupal 7 website was compromised,' a security advisory warns.
The email addresses of an undisclosed number of participants in CurrentC's pilot program were stolen.
While the unclassified network was breached, officials say there's no indication at this point that any data on the classified network was accessed.
That's an increase of more than 600 percent from 2012, according to state attorney general Kamala Harris.
Just 19 percent of IT pros are confident they know about all cloud computing applications, platforms or infrastructure in use in their organizations.
The number of Backoff infections increased by 57 percent from August to September 2014, according to Damballa.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Jacob Hoffman-Andrews says AT&T and Sprint may be using similar headers as well.
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