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Paid breach notification site LeakedSource has disappeared. Given the site's business model - selling access to stolen credentials to any potential buyer - breach notification expert Troy Hunt says the site's demise is no surprise.
Attackers are increasingly targeting mobile channels, driving banks to seek better ways of verifying the authenticity and integrity of not just users, but also mobile devices and transactions, says John Gunn of cybersecurity technology firm Vasco Data Security.
New ransomware circulating via BitTorrent is disguised as software that purports to allow Mac users to crack popular Adobe and Microsoft applications. Separately, new ransomware calling itself Trump Locker appears to be the previously spotted VenusLocker ransomware in disguise.
A federal judge in Illinois has rejected part of a search warrant application that would allow police to force anyone present at the time of a raid to use their fingerprints to unlock digital devices. But the decision far from resolves the issue of law enforcement's efforts to overcome encryption.
Verizon will pay $350 million less for Yahoo than it first offered because the deal subsequently became tainted by three data breach disclosures. Yahoo's lower value is a study in how data breaches can impact big business transactions.
As more IoT devices are compromised to wage large-scale attacks, related litigation and regulatory scrutiny will grow, which means device manufacturers - and users - could be held more accountable, says Richard Henderson, global security strategist at Absolute.
Are there rules in cyberspace? There aren't many, but Microsoft is proposing a "Digital Geneva Convention" that would set some internet norms for countries to help prevent unfair targeting of civilians.
A war of words is escalating between Democratic and Republican lawmakers over President Trump's reported use of an unsecured Android mobile device to post messages on his personal Twitter account, @realDonaldTrump. Democrats want Congress to probe Trump's cybersecurity practices, but Republicans are resisting.
New Zealand's privacy commissioner is recommending new civil penalties against companies of up to NZ$1 million (US$718,000) for a "serious" data breach in light of sterner penalties adopted by Australia and the European Union.
Harold Thomas Martin III, a former Booz Allen Hamilton contractor, has been indicted on 20 counts of stealing classified documents from a range of U.S. intelligence agencies. He faces up to 200 years in prison.
Televisions that spy on their users have long been a trope of dystopian fiction, including George Orwell's "1984." But the spying TV appears to be far from fictional, according to a new settlement agreement reached between the FTC and smart-TV maker Vizio.
InterContinental Hotels Group is warning customers that malware infected point-of-sale devices at a dozen of its hotel restaurants and bars in North America and the Caribbean for up to four months in 2016. But it's unclear if the breach ties to reported exploits involving POS service providers.