Foreign companies selling equipment to Chinese banks will also be required to disclose source code and submit to audits, the New York Times reports.
A recent survey also found that 59 percent of U.S. IT decision makers believe privileged users pose the greatest threat to their organizations.
Rahul Sasi has tested the malware on the DJI Phantom and Parrot AR.Drone 2.0.
While the hackers claim to have accessed customer data, the airline says 'user data remains secured.'
Credit card numbers and Social Security numbers appear to have been accessed.
Brown was also ordered to pay $890,000 in restitution.
Security budgets increased by an average of 34 percent in the year following the Target breach, according to the Ponemon Institute.
'An attacker who controls that dongle has full control of the vehicle,' says Digital Bond Labs' Corey Thuen.
Dell SecureWorks has outlined a list of steps for organizations to take to mitigate the threat.
The bill would expand the definition of private data, and would require all entities that collect and/or store such data to have safeguards in place.
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Both companies recently began notifying customers of the breaches, which took place late last year.
The hackers briefly posted threats on Twitter before the accounts were suspended and returned to CENTCOM's control.
Affected customers had apparently reused their passwords on other sites that had been breached.
The Personal Data Notification and Protection Act would require that consumers be notified of all breaches within 30 days.
The company will pay a fine of $106,000, and will comply with a list of improved security requirements.
The websites of the German chancellor and foreign ministry were both attacked by the CyberBerkut hacker group.
Over $5 million in bitcoins appear to have been stolen.
A former financial adviser allegedly stole 10 percent of the company's 3.5 million Wealth Management customers' account information.
'After this talk, politicians will presumably wear gloves when talking in public,' Jan Krissler said.
The breach may have lasted from December 2, 2013 to September 30, 2014.
Credit cards used on the airport parking service's website were recently found for sale online.
The aim, according to the Bureau, is to 'protect our nation and the American people from the rapidly evolving cyber threat.'
The researchers say a former employee or employees may have joined forces with pro-piracy hacktivists to attack the company.
The attack caused 'massive damage to the whole system,' according to Germany's BSI.
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