Network Security 

Amazon, Google Boost Cloud Security Efforts

Amazon and Google, two of the biggest cloud players, roll out new services in a bid to help cloud users be safer.

Codoso Group Hackers Breach Samsung Subsidiary LoopPay

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

Cybercrime Now Costs the Average U.S. Organization $15 Million Per Year

The average cost to resolve a single attack is now more than $1.9 million, according to the Ponemon Institute.

Scottrade Acknowledges Two-Year-Old Data Breach

Approximately 4.6 million customers are affected.

Europe's Data Protection Regs: What You Need to Know

Europe's data protection rules are about to get more strict, under legislation being drafted by the European Commission. Several rules relate to cloud data.

Health Care Industry Susceptible to Cyber Attacks

Health care experiences 340 percent more security incidents and attacks than most other industries, finds Raytheon/Websense research.

Experian Data Breach Exposes 15 Million T-Mobile Customers' and Applicants' Personal Info

Names, addresses and birthdates were exposed, along with encrypted Social Security numbers, and/or driver's license or passport numbers.

84 Percent of IT Pros Have Moderate to No Confidence in Ability to Secure Files

Fully 80 percent of organizations have experienced file data leakage incidents, according to an Enterprise Management Associates survey.

Immunio Embeds Security Directly into Applications

Instead of bolting on security, Canadian startup takes an innovative approach that embeds security directly into apps.

Thousands of Critical Medical Devices Exposed Online

'These devices are getting owned repeatedly,' security researcher Mark Collao said.

Trump Hotels Confirms Credit Card Breach

Customers who used credit or debit cards at the Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas between May 19, 2014 and June 2, 2015 may be affected.

Hilton Hotels Hacked

It's not yet clear which locations may be affected by the breach, which could date back as far as November 2014.

38 Percent of IT Security Pros Don't Participate in Their Own BYOD Programs

And 28 percent of enterprises do nothing at all about mobile security, a recent Bitglass survey found.

Apple Watch Security Risks (and Benefits)

With the Apple Watch, as with smartphones before it, security pros need to proactively prepare for the mobile device's entry into the workplace.

Niara Pushes Security Analytics Vision Forward [VIDEO]

After emerging from stealth mode, startup is finding some interesting results in the field.

OPM Breach Exposed 5.6 Million People's Fingerprints

The new disclosure is a result of the government's ongoing effort to determine what data was impacted by the breach.

Former CVS Employee Steals Molina Healthcare Members' PHI

'This may put you at risk for identity theft,' Molina Healthcare told those affected.

Who Is Hacking Who – and Why You Need to Know

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

Video Roundtable: Smart Tech and Security Concerns

Panel of tech journalists will discuss "smart" technologies and security among other topics during a video roundtable focusing on new QuinStreet Enterprise research.

Splunk Expands Security Tools with New Product Releases

Splunk Enterprise Security 4.0 and Splunk User Behavior Analytics debut.

Thefts of Unencrypted Laptops Expose 7,000 Patients' Medical Data

The information potentially exposed includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and treatment information.

Symantec Issues Fraudulent Google SSL Cert

Google's Certificate Transparency effort saves the day in case of improperly issued EV-SSL certificate.

IBM Cloud Security Enforcer Emerges from the Shadows

IBM is now entering the shadow IT detection game with a new service for the Cloud Access Security Broker marketplace.

Judge Certifies Banks' Class Action Lawsuit Against Target

Target spokeswoman Molly Snyder said the company is 'disappointed' in the ruling.

Providers in California, Michigan, Mississippi Admit HIPAA Violations

Patient data was potentially exposed by insider breaches and phishing attacks.