The easy Mac hack - This week in cybersecurity
Confidential and sensitive data belonging to INSCOM, a joint US Army and NSA command that gathers intelligence for US military and political leaders, were stored on an unprotected cloud server with no password protection.
British shipping services provider Clarkson Plc (CKN.L) on Wednesday said it was the victim of a cyber security hack and warned that the person or persons behind the attack may release some data shortly.
A Turkish company found a glaring flaw in Apple's desktop operating system that gives anyone deep access, no password required.
SWIFT, the global messaging system used to move trillions of dollars each day, warned banks on Wednesday that the threat of digital heists is on the rise as hackers use increasingly sophisticated tools and techniques to launch new attacks.
Hackers are conspiring to attack Victoria’s Secret customers ahead of the busy Christmas season, security experts have warned.
Imgur, learning it was hacked in 2014, reacted quickly to notify the public that an attacker stole the email addresses and passwords for 1.7 million users.
If you have someone’s name, birthdate, and SSN, FAFSA site will give up sensitive data.