Ponemon, 3M Warn of Low-Tech Visual Hacking Threat

A recent study found that white hat hackers were successful in 88 percent of attempts to visually hack sensitive information.

Hackers Still in State Department Network Three Months After Breach

It's not yet clear how much data the attackers have taken.

Carbanak Hackers Steal $1 Billion from 100 Banks Worldwide

Banks were infected for between two and four months, with $2.5 million to $10 million stolen in case.

Forbes Hacked

According to iSIGHT Partners, the hackers were part of a Chinese group called the Codoso Team or the Sunshop Group.

Newsweek Twitter Account Breached by Pro-ISIL Hackers

The FBI is investigating the attack.

Hackers Breach Book2Park, Barbecue Renew, EgoPay

Book2Park is the third airport parking site to be breached in as many weeks.

Hackers Deface Malaysia Airlines Website

While the hackers claim to have accessed customer data, the airline says 'user data remains secured.'

Wingstop, Metropolitan State University Hit by Hackers

Credit card numbers and Social Security numbers appear to have been accessed.

Barrett Brown Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison

Brown was also ordered to pay $890,000 in restitution.

Pro-ISIL Hackers Breach U.S. CENTCOM Social Media Accounts

The hackers briefly posted threats on Twitter before the accounts were suspended and returned to CENTCOM's control.

Hackers Steal Miles from American, United Airlines

Affected customers had apparently reused their passwords on other sites that had been breached.

Pro-Russian Hackers Take Down German Government Websites

The websites of the German chancellor and foreign ministry were both attacked by the CyberBerkut hacker group.

Hacker Creates Fake Fingerprint from Photo of Politician

'After this talk, politicians will presumably wear gloves when talking in public,' Jan Krissler said.

OneStopParking Hacked

Credit cards used on the airport parking service's website were recently found for sale online.

FBI Seeks Cyber Special Agents

The aim, according to the Bureau, is to 'protect our nation and the American people from the rapidly evolving cyber threat.'

Cyber Attack Causes Physical Damage at German Iron Plant

The attack caused 'massive damage to the whole system,' according to Germany's BSI.

U.S. Ties North Korea to Cyber Attack on Sony Pictures

An NSC spokesperson says the U.S. is 'considering a range of options in weighing a potential response.'

Park 'N Fly Investigates Possible Credit Card Breach

A significant number of credit cards that were recently used at Park 'N Fly locations are now being offered for sale online.

UC Berkeley Hacked

Social Security numbers and credit card numbers may have been accessed.

Mandiant CEO Calls Sony Data Breach 'Unprecedented'

Kevin Mandia said no company 'could have been fully prepared' for the attack.

Charge Anywhere Acknowledges Five-Year-Long Data Breach

Cardholder data may have been exposed in plain text from November 5, 2009 to September 24, 2014.

Lizard Squad Hackers Hit Sony PlayStation Network

The same group launched a similar attack on Sony just over three months ago.

FIN4 Hacker Group Steals Insider Info from Public Companies

The group has targeted more than 100 leading companies since mid-2013, according to FireEye.

Syrian Electronic Army Hackers Deface Western News Sites

Victims included the Chicago Tribune, CNBC, the Dallas Morning News, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian and the Independent.

U.S. State Department Hacked

In response to the breach, the department's entire unclassified email system was shut down, with duty officers using Gmail accounts to communicate.