Some employees' names and Social Security numbers were accessed, though it's not yet clear what other data, if any, may have been exposed.

FireEye CEO Sees New Phase of Cyber Threat Cycle

Detente in China's relationship with U.S. could slow security spending, but the long-term trend is still strong.

TalkTalk Hacked Again

Names, addresses, birthdates, email addresses, phone numbers, TalkTalk account data, and credit card and bank account details may have been accessed.

High School Hacker Breaches CIA Director's Email Account

The hacker claims to have accessed Brennan's application for top secret security clearance, along with other sensitive data.

Dow Jones Allegedly Hit by Russian Hackers Seeking Inside Information

The company says it's investigating 'whether there is any truth whatsoever to this report by a competitor news organization.'

Alleged Hacker Charged With Providing Support to ISIL

Ardit Ferizi is accused of providing ISIL with the personal information of approximately 1,351 U.S. military and government personnel.

Suspected Iranian Hackers Leverage Fake LinkedIn Profiles to Target Victims

The 25 profiles appear to be tied to the Iranian hacker group TG-2889.

Dow Jones Hacked

The hackers appear to have been targeting customer contact information, though in fewer than 3,500 cases, payment card data may also have been stolen.

Codoso Group Hackers Breach Samsung Subsidiary LoopPay

The breach remained undetected for five months, according to the New York Times.

Who Is Hacking Who – and Why You Need to Know

Will knowing who is attacking them help enterprise security pros mount a better defense?

Kremlin Hit by Cyber Attacks

'The defense system worked, even though it was not easy,' Vladimir Putin's press secretary said.

Russian Hacker Pleads Guilty to Theft of 160 Million Credit Card Numbers

The scheme, which caused more than $300 million in losses, is the largest ever prosecuted in the United States.

U.S. Department of Energy Hacked 159 Times

The DOE reported 1,131 cyber attacks between 2010 and 2014, 159 of them successful.

Hackers Compromise Cal State, Excellus BCBS Data

In Excellus BlueCross BlueShield's case, the breach dates back to December 23, 2013.

Internet Bug Bounty Helps Secure Open Source and the Internet [VIDEO]

HackerOne co-founder and CTO Alex Rice  discusses what the Internet Bug Bounty is all about.

Bugzilla Hacked for Over a Year

A single password reused from another site provided the attacker with privileged access.

Web.com Hacked

The names, addresses and credit card information of approximately 93,000 customers may have been exposed.

Hackers Leak 10 GB of User Data from Adultery Site

The leaked data includes 36 million customer records, listing names, addresses, user names, passwords and the last four digits of credit card numbers.

IRS Data Breach Exposed 334,000 Taxpayer Accounts

The new number is more than three times the estimate the IRS had given in May.

Can Sharing Threat Intelligence Prevent Cyberattacks?

The Obama administration and some in the private sector believe sharing threat information can help thwart cyberattacks. But not everyone is convinced.

Corvette Hacked via Text Message

UCSD researchers were able to both activate and disable the car's brakes and control the car's windshield wipers, all via SMS.

32 Charged with $100 Million Hack of Newswire Services

The group is alleged to have earned over $100 million by stealing and trading on corporate earnings announcements before they were made public.

American Airlines, Sabre Allegedly Breached by Chinese OPM Hackers

The same hackers who hit Anthem, United Airlines and the Office of Personnel Management may have added American and Sabre to the list.

FBI Details Takedown of Gameover Zeus Botnet

FBI agent explains how law enforcement worked with security vendors to bring down a major botnet operation.

U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Breached by State-Sponsored Hackers

Massive amounts of data were stolen in a short period of time, according to news reports.