An NSC spokesperson says the U.S. is 'considering a range of options in weighing a potential response.'
A significant number of credit cards that were recently used at Park 'N Fly locations are now being offered for sale online.
A SailPoint survey also found that 66 percent of employees still had access to corporate data via cloud apps after leaving their jobs.
Social Security numbers and credit card numbers may have been accessed.
Kevin Mandia said no company 'could have been fully prepared' for the attack.
The lawsuit alleges that Comcast's new wireless routers increase electricity costs, degrade performance, and subject customers to security risks.
Cardholder data may have been exposed in plain text from November 5, 2009 to September 24, 2014.
Both password managers recently added functionality that automates the process of changing your passwords on popular websites.
The same group launched a similar attack on Sony just over three months ago.
The new unit will operate within the department's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section.
It's not yet clear whether the breach is still ongoing, or how long it lasted.
Details on charitable donations and home addresses were sent to a reporter by mistake.
The FBI warning appears to refer to last week's cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The group has targeted more than 100 leading companies since mid-2013, according to FireEye.
Victims included the Chicago Tribune, CNBC, the Dallas Morning News, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian and the Independent.
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.
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