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Hacking Team responds to massive data breach

Controversial Italian surveillance software firm Hacking Team was attacked, resulting in a 400GB leak of sensitive data. The response from the Hacking Team was threatening, but may have been part of the attack.

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How to prepare for the privacy part of HIPAA audits

A HIPAA audit covers privacy compliance, and organizations need to be prepared. Expert Mike Chapple discusses privacy in the audits.

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New state cybersecurity regulations have compliance pros worried

State cybersecurity regulations may mean compliance will get more complicated, and that has experts worried. Learn what's causing this trend and what organizations should prepare for.

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New banking Trojan emerges in the Netherlands

Drive-by financial malware Fobber is the evolution of the popular Tinba -- with better encryption, a newer format and a focus on the Netherlands.

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    Hacking Team responds to massive data breach

    Controversial Italian surveillance software firm Hacking Team was attacked, resulting in a 400GB leak of sensitive data. The response from the Hacking Team was threatening, but may have been part of the attack.

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    Stolen passwords from government agencies leaked

    A report reveals that many stolen US government agency passwords traveled across the Web, including credentials from OPM, which was recently breached due to stolen passwords.

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    RubyGems client vulnerable to DNS redirection

    RubyGems software packaging client was found to have a DNS vulnerability that redirects users to malicious gem servers.

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