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.
Google plans to appeal a court order to comply with search warrants asking for account information stored outside the U.S. The ruling comes as Microsoft recently prevailed in a similar case, creating legal ambiguity.
The FBI says it's continuing to investigate an international cybercrime ring that stole at least $1.2 million via malware, money mules and overseas bank transfers. So far, one Brooklyn-based man has pleaded guilty to related offenses.
A former senior executive at Tenet Healthcare has been indicted for his alleged role in a $400 million healthcare fraud scheme that federal prosecutors say took place over 13 years and involved circumventing the company's internal controls.
Companies have lost thousands of dollars in email compromise attacks that first steal W-2s and then attempt wire transfer frauds, the IRS warns, labeling these attacks as among the "most dangerous" phishing scams.
A suburban Dallas police department saw eight years' worth of digital evidence, including material for at least one active criminal case, frozen after a ransomware attack, another example of the continuing havoc caused by file-encrypting malware.
Legislation to tighten insider threat defenses at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has passed the House of Representatives and goes to the Senate, which failed to consider a similar measure that passed the House in the last Congress.
Australia wants to build a homegrown cybersecurity industry to lessen its dependence on foreign technology. The bright ideas that are generated domestically often end up commercialized by larger companies overseas, a top cybersecurity adviser says.
FS-ISAC is collaborating with the Monetary Authority of Singapore to establish the Asia Pacific Regional Intelligence and Analysis Center to encourage regional sharing and analysis of cybersecurity information within the financial services sector. Security experts weigh in on the value of the initiative.
It's tax time, and that means fraudsters are once again using phishing and deception to trick those who have access to staff member's W-2 tax forms into turning them over. Experts offer advice on steps to take to minimize the risk of your organization falling victim.
Three Eastern European men have been sentenced to five years in prison for their roles in helping a criminal gang steal $2.7 million from First Commercial Bank ATMs in Taiwan. Europol says two others involved in the thefts have been arrested in cooperation with Belarus and Romanian authorities.
President Trump is reportedly preparing to issue an executive order calling for a review of the nation's cybersecurity capabilities and vulnerabilities. The pending report outlines a series of steps to be taken within 60 days of the signing of the order.
European officials are asking the United States if the EU-U.S. deal for sharing personal information among businesses - dubbed the Privacy Shield - should be considered null and void as a result of an executive order issued by President Donald Trump.
Russian authorities have reportedly arrested a top computer security official at the Federal Security Service as well as a head Kaspersky Lab investigator on treason charges, alleging that they received money from "foreign organizations."
Microsoft does not have to turn over emails stored outside the U.S. to federal authorities investigating a crime, an appeals court has affirmed. The closely watched case, which explored the territorial boundaries of U.S. law in the cloud computing age, could end up at the Supreme Court.