The reported theft of $69 million worth of bitcoins from a Hong Kong-based exchange highlights the continuing challenges around keeping large quantities of digital currency out of the reach of hackers.
Arizona-based Banner Health, which operates 29 hospitals, says it's notifying 3.7 million individuals that their data was exposed in a "sophisticated cyberattack." An initial attack against payment card processing systems apparently opened the door to the attackers accessing healthcare data.
HHS will issue up $1.75 million in grants to give a boost to one organization that will take a lead role in cyber threat information sharing. A top priority of the ramped-up effort to help fight cyberattacks in the healthcare sector is to keep smaller organizations better informed of the latest risks.
The breach of an offshore account owned by Union Bank of India is raising new questions about the security of interbank payments, which often rely on antiquated backend verification processes that fraudsters seem to be compromising with relative ease.
As a report surfaced July 29 that the campaign of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was hacked, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee confirmed that it was breached shortly after the Democratic National Committee announced that it, too, had been hacked.
The Federal Trade Commission has overturned a decision made last fall by its own administrative law judge to dismiss the longstanding data security enforcement case against the now-shuttered medical testing laboratory LabMD. Company CEO Michael Daugherty plans to appeal.
The Obama administration is implementing a presidential policy directive designed to coordinate response to a large-scale cyber incident that poses a threat to national security, foreign relations, the U.S. economy, public confidence, civil liberties or public health and safety of Americans.
Fallout from the leaked Democratic National Committee emails continues, with a new finding that suggests cyberattackers compromised a staffer's personal email account. The FBI also has confirmed its ongoing investigation into the breach.
A new portal - NoMoreRansom.org - aims to help ransomware victims avoid having to pay ransoms to get their data back. Backed by Dutch and EU law enforcement agencies, plus security firms Kaspersky Lab and Intel Security, the site includes the first decryptor for Shade ransomware.
WikiLeaks' release of more than 19,000 emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee's computer systems has thrown the party into crisis mode. A look at the leaked emails also provides insights into the DNC's cybersecurity practices.
An investigative report from Reuters paints a disturbing picture of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York using antiquated security practices to safeguard interbank SWIFT payments. Here's how security experts say interbank transaction security must be improved.
"Inertia and clumsiness" at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York nearly led to one of the biggest cyber-heists in history - resulting in $81 million being stolen from the central bank of Bangladesh - being even worse, according to a new report.