Network Security 

Medical Record Breach Impacts 3.9 Million People Nationwide

The data potentially exposed includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, lab results, medical conditions and health insurance information.

Ziften Digs Deep for Security Visibility

Fresh off a $24 million funding round, security startup debuts ZFlow technology to connect the dots of security incidents.

Employee Negligence Exposes Massachusetts Hospital Patients' Personal Data

70 percent of U.S. IT and IT security practitioners say more security incidents are caused by uninentional mistakes than by malicious acts.

Startup Spotlight: BrightPoint Security's Threat Intelligence Management

BrightPoint Security enables organizations to share threat intelligence with peers – a tactic that has worked well for cybercriminals, points out the company's CEO.

United Airlines Breached by Chinese OPM, Anthem Hackers

The stolen data includes flight manifests, which identify flights' passengers, origins and destinations.

How Stan Black Secures Citrix and Its Customers [VIDEO]

Citrix Chief Security Officer Stan Black discusses how he keeps Citrix and its customers safe, a tough job at a company that sees 22,261 security events per minute on a typical day.



Do APIs Pose a Security Risk?

APIs offer a new and powerful attack vector for hackers. Fortunately, API management products can help organizations boost their API security.

Car Hacking Arms Race Starts: Chrysler Recalls 1.4 Million Vehicles

The recall was issued in response to a recent demonstration showing that a Jeep Cherokee can be hacked remotely via the Uconnect system.

How to Mitigate Security Risks from Third-Party Providers

Vendor application security testing is a key practice to help companies ensure that third-party software meets their security standards.

Costco, CVS, Rite Aid, Tesco Photo Sites Shuttered by Third-Party Data Breach

A breach at Staples subsidiary PNI Digital Media has impacted photo processing sites for major vendors across the U.S. and the U.K.

Ashley Madison Hack Exposes Data on 37 Million Users

The hackers are threatening to release all of the stolen data if the site isn't shut down.

Data Breach at UCLA Health Exposes 4.5 Million People's Personal Information

The data potentially stolen includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and medical information.

Walmart Canada Hacked

An unidentified source told The Globe and Mail that as many as 60,000 customers may be affected.

Farsight Security Takes DNS Insights to Improve Security [VIDEO]

Paul Vixie, CEO of Farsight Security, discusses how his firm uses DNS and other network traffic information to help organizations with security forensics.

UPMC Suffers Fourth Data Breach in Three Years

A file containing 722 members' protected health information was mistakenly sent to the wrong email address.

Employee Error Causes Army National Guard Data Breach

All current and former National Guard members since 2004 may be affected.

FS-ISAC Warns of Remote Access PoS Attacks

An advisory suggests changing login credentials on a regular basis and implementing multi-factor authentication, among other recommendations.

OPM Breach Hits 22 Million People, Director Resigns

Two separate breaches exposed highly sensitive information, including Social Security numbers and fingerprints.

NYSE, WSJ, UA Downed by Technical Glitches

All three organizations said the failures were not the result of cyber attacks.

Cloud More Secure than OnPrem, Says Amazon CTO

Moving to the cloud is the best way an organization can improve security and compliance, insists Amazon CTO Werner Vogels.

Nine Zoos Nationwide Suffer Point-of-Sale Breaches

Customer names, credit or debit card numbers, expiration dates and CVV codes were accessed.

How IKEA Does PCI-DSS

Attaining PCI-DSS compliance is no easy task, but IKEA's common sense approach makes it a bit less taxing.

Orlando Health, Cuesta College, Firekeepers Casino Acknowledge Data Breaches

More than 92,000 people's personal information may have been exposed.

Plex Hacked

The hacker is demanding 9.5 Bitcoins in ransom to protect the stolen data.

Cyber War Is Hell

Think cyber war is bad now? It is only going to get worse – much worse -- says security expert Bruce Schneier.