Hackers

Cybersecurity

Microsoft to Warn Outlook Users of Suspected Hacks From Governments

The policy shift at the world's largest software company follows similar moves since October by Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo.
Security

The Biggest Cybersecurity Threat at Your Office Could Be You (Infographic)

Companies lost between $375 and $575 billion last year on hack attacks, according to cybersecurity firm Digital Guardian.
Holiday Shopping

5 Ways to Have Yourself a Secure Little Online Shopping Season

As criminals continue to evolve their tactics to steal personal and private information, it's becoming more difficult to identify holiday fraud.
Hackers

Twitter Warns Some Users of Possible State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks

Hackers may have been trying to obtain information such as email addresses, IP addresses, and/or phone numbers.
Cyber Attacks

China Says Hack of U.S. Government Was Not State Sponsored

The cyber attack was the work of criminals, according to China's official Xinhua news agency.
Security

Children's Photos Among Data Stolen in Hack of Toy Maker VTech

A vigilante hacker's breach of 5 million accounts for the Hong Kong-based Internet-connected toy maker brings parents' worst nightmares into reality.
Cybercrime

FBI Investigates Hacker Connected to Largest Theft of Internet Credentials

More than 1 billion usernames and passwords and 500 email addresses were allegedly stolen.
Hackers

Hacker Group Anonymous Declares War On Islamic State

The hacker community that attacked PayPal and Mastercard is responding to the attacks in Paris.
Cybersecurity

7 Cybersecurity Layers Every Entrepreneur Needs to Understand

In light of the recent hacks of high profile companies and individuals, entrepreneurs would do well to understand and maximize their online protection.
Security

15 Million T-Mobile Customers' and Applicants' Personal Data Exposed in Epic Experian Hack

Victims' home addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers could now be up for grabs on the black market.
Data Breach

In Government Hack, the Number of Fingerprints Stolen Has Jumped to 5.6 Million

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.
Cybersecurity

5 Growing Cyber-Security Epicenters Around the World

Cyber-security companies are hiring by the droves, with some creating hundreds or thousands of jobs every year alone.
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