Data security breaches
- March 02, 2009
Do you know where your data is? The latest HIPAA changes should motivate healthcare security teams to understand information flows.
- February 23, 2009
A Bulgarian man was given a jail sentence for money laundering, financial fraud and extortion as the result of his ties to a cybercriminal gang that stole credit card data.
- February 13, 2009
Law now taking effect Jan. 1, 2010 would require any business collecting information on Massachusetts residents to encrypt sensitive data, protecting it from data leakage.
- February 02, 2009
Companies are struggling to prevent data breaches, according to a new survey that found most firms are dealing with multiple breaches.
- January 29, 2009
Under terms of a proposed settlement, the VA admits no wrongdoing in the theft of a stolen laptop containing the personal information of millions of veterans.
- January 29, 2009
Sensitive customer information and intellectual property is at high risk, especially in developing nations, according to a new survey.
- January 28, 2009
A class action lawsuit was filed against Heartland claiming that the payment processor issued belated and inaccurate statements when it announced a security breach of its systems.
- January 26, 2009
Job site advises users to change passwords after thieves steal user IDs, passwords and other personal information.
- January 21, 2009
Company says an intrusion of its processing system may be part of a broader fraud operation.
- January 09, 2009
Turkish authorities said the man broke into Turkish banking networks to steal data.
- January 08, 2009
Two security researchers say that most phishers fail to earn big money for their work.
- January 06, 2009
As many as 33 high profile Twitter accounts were breached just days after a widespread phishing scam targeted users of the social network.
- December 09, 2008
Security vendor Finjan reports a growing army of cybercriminals are buying cheap toolkits to exploit the Web.
- November 18, 2008
It could cost millions of dollars for retailers to rip and replace outdated systems and devices still using Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) to secure 802.11 wireless networks, according to a security expert tracking cybersecurity in the retail ...
- November 05, 2008
An expert on cybercrime and online scams, Derek Manky, is one of the members of the Fortiguard research team. In this interview, he talks about the threats from online organized crime and social networking sites and whether cooperation is improving ...