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HHS Hits CardioNet with $2.5M HIPAA Settlement Fee

The US Department of Health and Human Services slapped the mobile cardiac monitoring service with fee after breach of customer health data.

USAF Launches ‘Hack the Air Force’

Bug bounty contest expands Defense Department outreach to the global hacker community to find unknown vulnerabilities in DoD networks.

Microsoft App Aims to Delete the Password

Microsoft has officially launched its Authenticator app designed to simplify and secure user logins, raising questions about the future of password-free authentication.

Threat Intelligence Is (Still) Broken: A Cautionary Tale from the Past

There is much to be learned from the striking parallels between counter-terrorism threat analysis before 9-11 and how we handle cyber threat intelligence today.

Chipotle Serves Up Security Incident Warning

The Mexican restaurant chain notifies customers its payment processing system may have been hacked, marking the latest woes for the fast-food maker.

What Role Should ISPs Play in Cybersecurity?

There are many actions ISPs could do to make browsing the Web safer, but one thing stands out.

6 Steps to Find Your Next Dozen Cloud Security Experts

There's stiff competition for cloud security experts, but finding yours may actually be easier than you think.

New Ad Fraud Campaign Uses Millions of Domain Names to Bilk...

NoTrove has established a huge infrastructure to make money through click redirection and scam traffic-brokering.

Locky Returns with a New (Borrowed) Distribution Method

A layered defense is a strong security posture for dealing with a threat like Locky, that can come in different disguises.

Call Center Fraud Spiked 113% in 2016

Criminals are increasingly spoofing caller ID using VoIP apps including Skype or Google Voice to hide their identity and location, according to a report released today by Pindrop Labs.

Web Attacks Decline, Ransomware Attacks Surge

Symantec's annual Internet Security Report data shows how attacks last year directly targeted end users, and became more efficient and lucrative.

INTERPOL Operation Sweeps Up Thousands of Cybercrime Servers Used for Ransomware,...

Massive public-private 'cyber surge' in Asia identifies hundreds of compromised websites in operation that spans multiple cybercriminal groups, activities.