Cardholder names, payment card numbers, security codes and expiration dates may have been accessed.
While there's no indication that the passwords were improperly accessed, Amazon says it has reset some passwords out of 'an abundance of caution.'
Still, 41 percent believe security should be more important than business flexibility, a recent survey found.
Bluebox's approach goes beyond providing just a security wrapper for mobile applications.
The point-of-sale systems at 54 of the company's hotels were infected with malware.
The information exposed includes Social Security numbers and birthdates.
But 72 percent of security professionals say their board doesn't treat insider threats as seriously as external threats, a recent survey found.
Both breaches appear to have been the result of coding errors.
Docker aims to improve container security with application scanning, user namespaces and other capabilities.
Only the utilities and management industries had no reported PHI breaches, according to a recent report.
The tablets have been sold and delivered to over 17,000 customers in more than 150 countries.
The 37 GB cache includes records of calls placed by more than 63,000 inmates.
The average organization experiences 9.3 such threats every month, according to recent research.
Adobe's Flash is still heavily favored as a top attack vector, so you'd better update ASAP.
A recent study also found that 45 percent of employees receive no cyber security training at all.
While 83 percent said they're either fairly or very confident that they're secure against a data breach, just 49 percent had not experienced one.
The exposed data includes customers' names, email addresses, mailing addresses, order histories and the last four digits of credit card numbers.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard allegedly has an army of hackers trained in Russia.
And 65 percent believe threat intelligence could have prevented or minimized the impact of those breaches, according to a recent survey.
And porn sites are now the top mobile infection vector, according to Blue Coat.
The accounts were accessed using email addresses and passwords acquired elsewhere, according to the company.
At the same time, 61 percent aren't confident in their organization's ability to detect advanced threats, a recent survey found.
The data, which appears to have been stolen in March 2015, includes names, user names, plain text passwords, and email addresses.
69 percent of U.S. women said no teacher or career counselor had ever suggested a cyber security career to them, compared to 55 percent of U.S. men.
The bill passed the Senate by a vote of 74 to 21.
Hundreds of infected cameras were used to attack an Incapsula client -- and one of those cameras was five minutes away from Incapsula's offices.
Names, addresses, birthdates, email addresses, phone numbers, TalkTalk account data, and credit card and bank account details may have been accessed.
The amount ultimately paid by Sony could range from $5.5 million to $8 million.
And IT professionals are actually more likely to do so than the average employee, according to an Intermedia survey.
Some companies are also finding their deductibles raised and their coverage limited, Reuters reports.
Trend Micro adds intrusion prevention to its security arsenal with HP TippingPoint acquisition.
The hacker claims to have accessed Brennan's application for top secret security clearance, along with other sensitive data.
The company says it's investigating 'whether there is any truth whatsoever to this report by a competitor news organization.'
Ardit Ferizi is accused of providing ISIL with the personal information of approximately 1,351 U.S. military and government personnel.
The 25 profiles appear to be tied to the Iranian hacker group TG-2889.
Customers who used credit or debit cards at any of the company's locations between September 1, 2015 and September 27, 2015 may be affected.
The hackers appear to have been targeting customer contact information, though in fewer than 3,500 cases, payment card data may also have been stolen.
The same is true of 35 percent of used mobile devices, according to a recent study.
The breach remained undetected for five months, according to the New York Times.
Amazon and Google, two of the biggest cloud players, roll out new services in a bid to help cloud users be safer.
The researchers found that 'an inordinate number of proxy servers' used by the Angler Exploit Kit were on servers belonging to Limestone Networks.
The average cost to resolve a single attack is now more than $1.9 million, according to the Ponemon Institute.
Approximately 4.6 million customers are affected.
Names, addresses and birthdates were exposed, along with encrypted Social Security numbers, and/or driver's license or passport numbers.
Fully 80 percent of organizations have experienced file data leakage incidents, according to an Enterprise Management Associates survey.
'These devices are getting owned repeatedly,' security researcher Mark Collao said.
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.
It's not yet clear which locations may be affected by the breach, which could date back as far as November 2014.
And 28 percent of enterprises do nothing at all about mobile security, a recent Bitglass survey found.
But 42 percent have used mobile payments this year regardless of the risks, a recent ISACA survey found.
The new disclosure is a result of the government's ongoing effort to determine what data was impacted by the breach.
'This may put you at risk for identity theft,' Molina Healthcare told those affected.
The malware is capable of launching phishing attacks and stealing data from the user's clipboard.
Splunk Enterprise Security 4.0 and Splunk User Behavior Analytics debut.
The information potentially exposed includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and treatment information.
Google's Certificate Transparency effort saves the day in case of improperly issued EV-SSL certificate.
'The defense system worked, even though it was not easy,' Vladimir Putin's press secretary said.
Target spokeswoman Molly Snyder said the company is 'disappointed' in the ruling.
The scheme, which caused more than $300 million in losses, is the largest ever prosecuted in the United States.
Patient data was potentially exposed by insider breaches and phishing attacks.
The unencrypted device held names, addresses, account numbers and sort codes.
The DOE reported 1,131 cyber attacks between 2010 and 2014, 159 of them successful.
In Excellus BlueCross BlueShield's case, the breach dates back to December 23, 2013.
Still, 16 percent of organizations said they're unable to tell in real time if their systems are compromised.
A single password reused from another site provided the attacker with privileged access.
As a result of technical glitches and human error, hundreds of contact details were shared by mistake.
Data on the unencrypted laptop included patient names, medical record numbers and health information.
"I find it impossible to believe that in this day and age this can happen," one patient said.
It's the 'largest known Apple account theft caused by malware,' according to Palo Alto Networks researchers.
The decision was made 'in mutual agreement with the company,' according to a statement.
458 names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and flight dates were exposed.
A hard drive, computer and thumb drive -- none of them encrypted -- exposed over 9,000 patients' personal information.
'It is not only appropriate, but critical, that the FTC has the ability to take action,' said FTC chairwoman Edith Ramirez.
According to Cyphort Labs, the number of malvertising attacks carried out by hackers increased by 325 percent in the past year.
Both the Illinois Department of Corrections and the Colorado Office of Information Technology recently released personal information by mistake.
The names, addresses and credit card information of approximately 93,000 customers may have been exposed.
The leaked data includes 36 million customer records, listing names, addresses, user names, passwords and the last four digits of credit card numbers.
The new number is more than three times the estimate the IRS had given in May.
'They forgot to add that we conjure all this up during steamy banya sessions, after parking the bears we ride outside,' Eugene Kaspersky wrote.
70 percent of U.S. adults think it's riskier to trust a company with their Social Security number than to carry their Social Security card with them.
UCSD researchers were able to both activate and disable the car's brakes and control the car's windshield wipers, all via SMS.
The group is alleged to have earned over $100 million by stealing and trading on corporate earnings announcements before they were made public.
As many as 2.4 million customers' names, addresses, birthdates and bank information may have been exposed.
The same hackers who hit Anthem, United Airlines and the Office of Personnel Management may have added American and Sabre to the list.
FBI agent explains how law enforcement worked with security vendors to bring down a major botnet operation.
Massive amounts of data were stolen in a short period of time, according to news reports.
The FDA is urging health care facilities to switch to alternative infusion systems 'as soon as possible.'
Remote diagnostic tools from OEMs that are supposed to help Android users, could instead be used to hurt them.
Usernames and passwords were exposed in plain text.
Google's Android security chief discusses Stagefright and more in Black Hat address.
Malicious ads were found to be redirecting victims to the Angler Exploit Kit, according to Malwarebytes researchers.
Only 25 percent think CISOs should be part of an organization's leadership team, according to a recent survey.
The data potentially exposed includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, lab results, medical conditions and health insurance information.
Fresh off a $24 million funding round, security startup debuts ZFlow technology to connect the dots of security incidents.
70 percent of U.S. IT and IT security practitioners say more security incidents are caused by uninentional mistakes than by malicious acts.
Over 300 employees' names, email addresses and hashed passwords were published online.
The hackers say the attacks were launched to protest the TTIP and TPP, and to retaliate for the shooting of James Daniel McIntyre by Candian police.
While Flash exploits are up, Java is going the other way, according to Cisco's MidYear Security Report.
The recall was issued in response to a recent demonstration showing that a Jeep Cherokee can be hacked remotely via the Uconnect system.
The five allegedly used the stolen data to promote a pump-and-dump stock scheme.
A breach at Staples subsidiary PNI Digital Media has impacted photo processing sites for major vendors across the U.S. and the U.K.
The hackers are threatening to release all of the stolen data if the site isn't shut down.
The data potentially stolen includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and medical information.
The operation was a coordinated effort between law enforcement authorities in 20 countries.
An unidentified source told The Globe and Mail that as many as 60,000 customers may be affected.
A file containing 722 members' protected health information was mistakenly sent to the wrong email address.
All current and former National Guard members since 2004 may be affected.
An advisory suggests changing login credentials on a regular basis and implementing multi-factor authentication, among other recommendations.
Two separate breaches exposed highly sensitive information, including Social Security numbers and fingerprints.
All three organizations said the failures were not the result of cyber attacks.
Customer names, credit or debit card numbers, expiration dates and CVV codes were accessed.
More than 92,000 people's personal information may have been exposed.
Documents were leaked indicating the company provided hacking tools to the governments of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Russia, among others.
The hacker is demanding 9.5 Bitcoins in ransom to protect the stolen data.
University login credentials used to access computers and email accounts may have been exposed.
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.
After security reseacher Patrick Barker publicized the issue, the company says it plans to issue a patch soon.
47 different U.S. government agencies are affected, according to Recorded Future.
A former employee apparently leveraged customer data to trick victims into providing remote access to their computers.
Cards used at Hershey locations between mid-March and late May 2015 may be affected.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has been contacting public companies to gather information on the group's activities and methods.
A new estimate more than four times greater than the previous one was recently provided to U.S. Senators.
Ten flights were canceled, and more than 1,400 passengers impacted.
The attack is simpler and cheaper to launch than traditional spear phishing attacks, and it can be dangerously effective.
While the vulnerability could provide an attacker with an enormous amount of access to an affected device, it's extremely difficult to exploit.
According to the New York Times, Cardinals officials allegedly tried a series of passwords until they successfully accessed the Astros' network.
Recently unsealed documents indicate that a Chicago residence was searched in connection with the breach in October 2014.
Email addresses, password reminders, server per user salts and authentication hashes were compromised.
The hackers claim the defacement was enabled by targeting the Limelight Networks content delivery network.
Europol recently announced 49 arrests in connection with the fraud campaign.
Exabeam 1.7 makes use of stateful user tracking to keep user credentials in line.
The majority of CISOs say they would spend any additional cyber security funds on human-centric solutions.
The malware currently targets Oracle MICROS and other point-of-sale systems.
The unencrypted computers were stolen from an office that had recently been acquired by Heartland.
Approximately 4 million current and former federal employees may be affected.
The leaked data included names, birthdates, identification numbers and addresses.
A spreadsheet containing the data was sent to over 1,000 people due to a 'technical fault,' the company said.
The company says malware was 'effectively deployed' on some of its point of sale systems between March 6 and April 17, 2015.
A specific series of characters displayed in a notification can cause a device to crash and reboot.
'We've asked Makman if he'd be willing to work with us," Times Internet CEO Satyan Gajwani tweeted.
The leaked data includes user name, birthdates, email address, gender, location, relationship status and sexual orientation.
The Internal Revenue Service says the accounts were breached using 'taxpayer-specific data acquired from non-IRS sources.'
Not enough banks signed on to the $19 million settlement, which would have required them to drop any further claims against Target.
The bank says its domain name servers were hijacked last month.
A call center employee at billing company Medical Management, LLC stole thousands of patients' names, birthdates and Social Security numbers.
Names, user names, birthdates, e-mail addresses and subscribed identification numbers were exposed.
'Over last 5 years my only interest has been to improve aircraft security,' Chris Roberts tweeted recently.
Company chief security officer Mike Burgess says the hackers 'had complete access to the corporate network.'
The College of Engineering's computer network was disconnected from the Internet in response to the breach.
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