Online retailer Newegg is investigating a malware attack that may have stolen customers' payment card details for more than a month. Security firms have traced the heist to Magecart, a loose affiliation of cybercrime gangs also tied to payment card data breaches at British Airways and Ticketmaster.
If you're going to hack, why not go for the gold? That appears to have been the impetus behind an unusual data breach at the government-owned Perth Mint in Western Australia, which says personal details for 3,200 customers stored in an old database were compromised.
Lawsuits sparked by massive data breaches at Yahoo - and the company's failure to report those breaches to investors in a timely manner - could soon be resolved. Plaintiffs and defendants say they have committed to a $47 million deal that they expect to submit for court approval within 45 days.
Did you know the European auto industry delivers 6.6 million 'Made in Europe' vehicles globally, generating a $95 billion trade surplus and employing 12.7 million people? This means there's a lot riding on the industry - and manufacturers need to be able to rely on its systems to deliver. To ensure your competitive...
Technology can be both friend and foe to the automotive industry. According to recent studies, one hour of downtime alone can cost $22,000 - and businesses face up to 800 hours of downtime annually. That could be $17.6 million in losses, reputational damage not withstanding.
While many new technologies offer...
Russian national Andrei Tyurin, who's been accused of hacking into JPMorgan Chase's network in 2014 and stealing personal information on more than 83 million customers, has been extradited to the U.S. He was allegedly part of a group that hacked into brokerages, news firms, a risk intelligence company and others.
British Airways has been threatened with a class-action lawsuit in U.K. court after warning that a hacker stole payment card data associated with 380,000 transactions. A law firm says that under GDPR, the airline should compensate victims for "inconvenience, distress and misuse of their private information."
British Airways is warning customers that it suffered a hack attack that compromised up to 380,000 customers' payment cards as well as personal data over a 15-day period. The airline says it was alerted to the breach by a business partner that monitors its websites.
A recent incident involving a chronic care management company spotlights how paying a ransom to recover decryption keys from ransomware attackers can put sensitive data at additional risk. Security experts offer insights on how to prepare for the many challenges posed by attacks.
Plaintiffs in a class action suit against Premera Blue Cross allege the company willfully destroyed a computer that may have shown that attackers actually removed data from its systems during a 2014 intrusion. Premera contends the computer, dubbed A23567-D, was "unintentionally" tagged end of life and destroyed.
Police in Shanghai are investigating the apparent loss of 130 million customers' personal details from Huazhu Hotels Group. The data exposure may trace to the Chinese hotel group's developers accidentally uploading to GitHub access credentials for a production database.
Hubris has a new name: Bitfi. The cryptocurrency wallet-building company, backed by technology eccentric John McAfee, earned this year's not-so-coveted Pwnies Award for "Lamest Vendor Response" for how it mishandled security researchers' vulnerability disclosures. Bitfi has promised to do better.
The FIN7 cybercrime gang regularly phoned victims, posing as buyers, to trick victims into opening phishing emails and attachments with malware, federal prosecutors allege. The group's success - 15 million stolen payment cards and counting - is one measure of how difficult these types of attacks are to block.
While the nature of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks is constantly evolving, two things are clear: the volume of attacks is increasing and every business is at risk.
The most resilient architecture to help combat these attacks is a combination of onpremisesand cloud DDoS scrubbing to mitigate network,...
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