The country's national power company hasn't said whether it was able to link the attack to any specific group or nation state.
More than three times as many IT pros would prefer to grow their staff's skills than grow the number of people on their team, a recent survey found.
'If there's one thing you shouldn't do, it's decrypting passwords client side,' researcher Tijme Gommers noted.
The attack has already caught several technical users, according to Wordfence CEO Mark Maunder.
82 percent don't encrypt data at rest, according to a recent report.
CrowdStrike analysts determined the identity of the attacker, and concluded that the attacker was acting on a foreign government's behalf.
The seven companies will begin a three-month program providing mentoring, contact with investors, office space and access to GCHQ personnel.
Nine percent of organizations using two-factor authentication say their users simply 'hate it,' a recent survey found.
The hacker provided the records to LeakedSource after ESEA refused to pay the ransom.
28 percent of organizations don't wipe corporate data from employee-owned devices when they leave, a recent survey found.
And 39 percent are unclear on how to protect against DDoS attacks, a recent survey found.
The law went into effect on January 1, 2017.
The exposed data includes names, addresses, Social Security numbers and Medicaid identification numbers.
Customers who shopped at the company's website between July 30 and October 12 of 2016 may be affected.
And 94 percent have implemented two-factor authentication for at least one application, a recent survey found.
The hackers are alleged to have made over $4 million in illegal profits from the trades.
Over a third work more than 15 extra hours per week, a recent survey found.
One in four said something embarrassing has popped up on their phone while someone else was holding it, a recent survey found.
And 20 percent would just stop shopping at the affected merchant, a recent survey found.
9.5 million Lynda.com users and 756,000 L.A. County residents may be affected.
And seven percent said a missed deadline had resulted in serious consequences, a recent survey found.
The hacker claimed to be accessing the system via an unpatched SQL injection vulnerability.
Over a billion names, email addresses, phone numbers, birthdates, hashed passwords and security questions and answers may may have been accessed.
Thousands of victims worldwide have already been hit by the scam.
The company said the attack involved 'organized, highly professional hacker activities.'
In 18.3 million cases, the exposed data includes hashed passwords.
And 65 percent of those attacks compromised employees' login credentials, a recent survey found.
The leading concern regarding insider threats is malware installed by careless employees, a recent survey found.
The routers were 'affected by an attack from outside,' the company said.
And 14 percent said it would cost them their jobs, a recent survey found.
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The data potentially accessed ranges from students' names and Social Security numbers to credit card numbers and expiration dates.
And another 14 percent said they're unlikely to do so, a recent survey found.
And 82 percent of email servers are misconfigured, recent research discovered.
And 9.3 percent of files shared externally contain sensitive data, a recent survey found.
And 42 percent access corporate data over public Wi-Fi, a recent survey found.
The proof-of-concept worm could jump from one smart bulb to another via ZigBee wireless connectivity.
And 95 percent bypass firewalls, a recent survey found.
In 20,000 cases, the bank says, the breaches resulted in 'money being withdrawn fraudulently.'
The attacks exceeded 500 Gbps.
21 percent say the breaches could have been prevented if security policies were better communicated to employees.
Just 46 percent say they're using threat data at all in deciding how to respond to malicious activity.
Names, genders, email addresses, phone numbers and birthdates were exposed by a third party vendor.
The flaw was discovered almost six months ago by researchers at Indegy Labs.
64 percent of U.S. consumers think they're always safe sharing personal data on a major retail or social networking site.
The attack on Dyn's managed DNS services hit sites ranging from CNN to Twitter.
The exposed data includes email addresses and/or user names, IP addresses and encrypted passwords.
The hackers were able to siphon the data out of the facility for six months before they were discovered.
The retailer was notified by law enforcement of a 'potential data security issue' on September 15.
And 73 percent prefer to keep their sensitive corporate data on premises rather than in the cloud, a recent survey found.
Among those that do check for it, fully 57 percent have found malware, a recent survey found.
Still, 46 percent are solicited for jobs at other companies at least once a week, a recent survey found.
And 39 percent have lost business information in a public place, a recent survey found.
And 71 percent said incident response has become more difficult over the past two years, a recent survey found.
And 29 percent said it would take them several months to begin trusting a company again following a data breach, a recent survey found.
Fully 74 percent of IT pros say their organization is vulnerable to insider threats, a recent survey found.
Fully 95 percent are using threat intelligence in some way, a recent survey found.
Verizon, which announced plans to acquire Yahoo two months ago, says it only learned of the breach last week.
The flaws enabled the researchers to fold in the rear view mirrors, pop the trunk, and activate the brakes remotely while the car was being driven.
Still, 55 percent say they have evolved processes for managing privileged accounts, a recent survey found.
And 47 percent said security concerns are their main reason for avoiding cloud deployments, a recent survey found.
Doing so, the FBI stated, 'provides law enforcement with a greater understanding of the threat.'
Confidential medical information for U.S. athletes including Simone Biles and Serena Williams was published online.
The largest attack detected in the second quarter peaked at 256 Gbps, according to Verisign.
Downtime resulting from ransomware attacks can cost companies more than $8,500 an hour, a recent survey found.
Cards used at front desks and restaurants may be affected.
Intel sells majority stake in its security unit in a deal that values the former McAfee at $4.2 billion. New majority owner TPG will again use the McAfee name.
And smartphones accounted for 78 percent of those infections, according to Nokia.
As many as 12 banks may have suffered breaches.
The data comes from a breach dating back to mid-2012.
And nine percent would do it for free, a recent survey found.
Still, 47 percent expect the number of IoT devices on their networks to increase by at least 30 percent next year.
And 74 percent think privileged users believe they're empowered to access all the information they're able to view, a recent survey found.
Intel Security and Kaspersky Labs worked with international law enforcement agencies on a website that offers decryption keys for several variants of ransomware.
Names, card numbers, security codes and expiration dates were accessed.
The breach may have exposed the personal information of employees at 280 companies.
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Customer names, account numbers, expiration dates and verification codes may have been accessed.
The hackers targeted weaknesses in the vendors' servers, then attempted to steal login information and use it to access retailers' POS systems.
And 76 percent of organizations have experienced the loss or theft of data in the past two years, a recent survey found.
It's not yet clear how many customers may be affected.
'We hope this settlement sends a strong message,' OCR director Jocelyn Samuels said.
A wide range of information was exposed, from credit card numbers to patient data.
And 82 percent admit to a shortage of cyber security skills, a recent survey found.
The education sector comes second at 6 percent, according to a recent report.
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And 54 percent of IT pros said it's more difficult to protect confidential or sensitive information when using cloud services, a recent survey found.
The O2 breach appears to have been caused by password reuse, while the Kimpton breach leveraged point-of-sale malware.
The exposed data includes user names, email addresses, IP addresses, device identifiers, Facebook data, and hashed and salted passwords.
And 50 percent don't audit privileged account activity, a recent survey found.
'Organizations need to take steps to safeguard their data from ransomware attacks,' says Office for Civil Rights director Jocelyn Samuels.
Still, 79 percent of companies lack comprehensive strategies to detect and mitigate such attacks, a recent survey found.
And just 25 percent are completely confident in their ability to handle security incidents, a recent survey found.
The three recent breaches exposed thousands of customers' personal and payment card information.
The attacks appear to have been enabled by the theft of third-party service providers' remote access credentials.
And just 14 percent of SMBs see their ability to mitigate cyber attacks as highly effective, a recent survey found.
And 67 percent of IT professionals have no cyber security certifications, a recent survey found.
Approximately 4,300 patients' names, birthdates and Social Security numbers were exposed.
The cameras, located in 105 countries, delivered as many as 50,000 HTTP requests per second.
Approximately 57 percent of all organizations using Office 365 were hit by the attack.
The stolen records include full names, Social Security numbers, birthdates, mailing addresses and insurance information.
Cisco broadens its cloud security business with $293 million acquisition of CloudLock, a provider of cloud access security broker (CASB) technology.
Both attacks leveraged email addresses and password stolen from other sites.
The suit was filed by Veridian Credit Union on behalf of all U.S. financial institutions whose customers were affected by the data breach.
Names, addresses, credit card numbers, expiration dates and CVV codes were accessed.
The program is intended to increase the pool of available talent with cyber security skills.
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Hackers breached the DNC's network. and targeted Trump's and Clinton's campaigns along with some Republican PACs.
And the average organization's users connect 733 third-party cloud apps to the corporate environment, according to a recent report.
And 21 percent are very likely to do so, a recent survey found.
Pen Test Partners researchers were able to disable the car's alarm remotely.
The unencrypted laptop held copies of the medical exam results for all NFL Combine attendees for the past 13 years.
The data, all of it dating back to 2013 or earlier, is being offered for sale online.
The same percentage admitted having retained access to sensitive data after leaving a job, a recent survey found.
Far too many unencrypted laptops containing vast amounts of sensitive data are still being left in employees' vehicles.
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Thousands of employees' tax information may have been stolen.
The potentially exposed data includes names, addresses, Social Security numbers, birthdates, treatment information and health insurance information.
ESET has made a free decryption tool available to those affected.
The stolen database holds 167 million records, of which 117 million include email addresses and passwords.
And 72 percent now share less personal information with companies than they used to, a recent survey found.
The attack is 'part of a wider and highly adaptive campaign targeting banks,' according to SWIFT.
And 45 percent were breached five or more times in the same period of time, a recent survey found.
The exposed data ranges from employee tax information to customer credit card data.
'[O]ur target is the Global Banking Cartel,' the hackers stated.
Just 12 percent think they're less secure, a recent survey found.
The system used to monitor fuel rods at the nuclear plant was infected with several viruses, and the utility was hit by a ransomware attack.
A wide range of data, from login credentials to employee payroll information, was exposed.
And 90 percent of IT professionals believe the influx of IoT devices creates security and privacy issues in the workplace, recent surveys have found.
And 65 percent of companies expect to suffer a breach due to compromised credentials int the future, a recent survey found.
Sixty-two percent ban their mobile workers from using free Wi-Fi hotspots, a recent survey found.
The data exposed includes names, addresses, birthdates, insurance information and Social Security numbers.
And 39 percent haven't been informed of the risks of downloading cloud apps without IT's knowledge, a recent survey found.
Dozens of city employees' personal information was used to file fraudulent tax returns.
The malware has already been used to steal $4 million from banks in the U.S. and Canada.
A former employee mistakenly downloaded 44,000 customers' personal information.
A wide variety of personally identifiable information was accessed in both cases.
Losses from such scams exceeded $2.3 billion between October 2013 and February 2016.
And 36 percent are only updated on a need-to-know basis, a recent survey found.
A recent American Bar Association survey found that one in four law firms with at least 100 attorneys have experienced a breach.
'You can't schedule patients, you can't access records, you can't do anything,' an employee told the Washington Post.
Thousands of employees' W-2 tax forms were accessed by attackers.
The hackers 'modified application settings with little apparent knowledge of how the flow control system worked,' according to a Verizon report.
Despite what Kentucky Methodist Hospital described as an 'internal state of emergency,' none of the hospitals paid the ransoms demanded.
And 32 percent admit sharing passwords with co-workers, a recent survey found.
Names, payment card numbers, expiration dates, CVV codes, mailing addresses, email addresses and more may have been accessed.
Tens of thousands of users may have been infected in a matter of hours.
An additional request for $20 million was halted because the hackers misspelled the word 'foundation.'
New $30 million funding round for security startup Skyport Systems includes participation of Google Ventures.
Six years of sensitive data on TV companies may have been stolen by a former employee.
Names, Social Security numbers, physicians' names, diagnoses, and treatment and insurance information may have been copied and transferred.
The malware was signed with a valid Mac app development certificate.
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