Network Security 

Harvard University Hacked

University login credentials used to access computers and email accounts may have been exposed.

Trump Hotels Suffer Apparent Credit Card Breach

The breach, which appears to date back to at least February 2015, affects hotels in Chicago, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York.

Samsung to Stop Disabling Windows Update

After security reseacher Patrick Barker publicized the issue, the company says it plans to issue a patch soon.

U.S. Government Login Credentials Found Online

47 different U.S. government agencies are affected, according to Recorded Future.

Will Red Hat Enter the Security Market?

VIDEO: Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst discusses the role that security plays at the Linux vendor and whether it's a business he plans on entering with a new product.

Advanced Tech Support Suffers Insider Breach

A former employee apparently leveraged customer data to trick victims into providing remote access to their computers.

Can Data Infrastructure Vendors Stop Hackers?

A group of prominent technology vendors are teaming to offer a highly secure data infrastructure built on Security-Enhanced Linux.

Hersheypark Investigates Possible Credit Card Breach

Cards used at Hershey locations between mid-March and late May 2015 may be affected.

Startup Spotlight: Prelert's Anomaly Detection

Prelert first sold its anomaly detection technology to IT operations teams – but then customers begged them to create similar products for enterprise security.

OPM Breach May Affect 18 Million People

A new estimate more than four times greater than the previous one was recently provided to U.S. Senators.

How to Build an Adaptive Security Culture

What can Bruce Lee teach your security team about dealing with cyber threats?

Polish Airline LOT Hacked

Ten flights were canceled, and more than 1,400 passengers impacted.

New Spear Phishing Attack Bypasses Two Factor Authentication

The attack is simpler and cheaper to launch than traditional spear phishing attacks, and it can be dangerously effective.

Why Is Fighting Cybercrime So Hard?

It's tough to target the few hundred super hackers that experts believe are behind the majority of cyber attacks.

Fighting Insider Attacks Is Tough: Survey

Only 21 percent of respondents continuously monitor user behavior to thwart insider attacks, finds a Crowd Research Partners survey.

FBI Investigates St. Louis Cardinals for Houston Astros Hack

According to the New York Times, Cardinals officials allegedly tried a series of passwords until they successfully accessed the Astros' network.

4 Lessons Learned from the POODLE Hack

Doggedly pursuing security best practices will help organizations beat vulnerabilities like POODLE.

LastPass Password Manager Hacked

Email addresses, password reminders, server per user salts and authentication hashes were compromised.

Are Your Databases Secure? Think Again

Targeting enterprise databases is a common attack tactic, as the Anthem breach showed, yet many companies neglect database security.

Cybercriminals Use Man-in-the-Middle Attacks to Steal 6 Million Euros

Europol recently announced 49 arrests in connection with the fraud campaign.

Exabeam Advances User Intelligence Security Efforts

Exabeam 1.7 makes use of stateful user tracking to keep user credentials in line.

CISOs Say Hackers Could Gain Upper Hand By 2020

The majority of CISOs say they would spend any additional cyber security funds on human-centric solutions.

20 Top Security Influencers

It can be tough to know where to go for the latest enterprise security news and actionable advice. This list of influencers is a great place to start.

Cloud Storage's Data Loss Prevention Problem

Nearly 18 percent of files in enterprise-approved apps violate DLP policies, finds a Netskope study. The worst offender: cloud storage apps.

Stolen Computers Lead to New Heartland Payment Systems Breach

The unencrypted computers were stolen from an office that had recently been acquired by Heartland.