Hacks happen. But sometimes organizations seem to make themselves targets with behavior that is a bit too boastful, judgmental or egotistical.
Confidential medical information for U.S. athletes including Simone Biles and Serena Williams was published online.
Downtime resulting from ransomware attacks can cost companies more than $8,500 an hour, a recent survey found.
And nine percent would do it for free, 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.
Researchers from ZeroFox build a tool that employs neural networks to trick unsuspecting Twitter users.
Deep Instinct reveals flaw that could potentially enable a security certificate bypass in Microsoft applications.
A wide range of information was exposed, from credit card numbers to patient data.
At DEFCON security researcher is set to reveal how magnetic stripes are at risk from exploitation.
The education sector comes second at 6 percent, according to a recent report.
At Black Hat 2008, security researcher Dan Kaminsky revealed flaws in DNS that he claimed could have crippled the internet. Eight years later what was the real impact?
The exposed data includes user names, email addresses, IP addresses, device identifiers, Facebook data, and hashed and salted passwords.