In light of the recent hacks of high profile companies and individuals, entrepreneurs would do well to understand and maximize their online protection.
Victims' home addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers could now be up for grabs on the black market.
Hackers who stole security clearance data on millions of Defense Department and other U.S. government employees got away with about 5.6 million fingerprint records, some 4.5 million more than initially reported, the government states.
Nearly 900,000 users' data was exposed.
Cyber-security companies are hiring by the droves, with some creating hundreds or thousands of jobs every year alone.
The company's latest blog post reads like a weak, desperate attempt to save face.
A security researcher has found clues via Twitter.
This comes in the wake of a class-action suit filed against its parent company Avid Life Media in Canada last week.
Charlie Miller, who also used to work for the NSA, reportedly resigned from his job at the social giant.
This leak is larger than the first and appears to contain the emails of the CEO who runs Ashley Madison's parent company.
A new review has identified 220,000 additional data breaches.
The defendants allegedly breached corporate press release distributors to see business news before it was publicly available.
Samy Kamkar's 'Rolljam' device can steal codes from keyless items. Sweet dreams, readers.
In response to the Stagefright hacking software that leaves the Android system vulnerable, companies are pushing for fast fixes.
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