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U.S. businesses have been hit the hardest financially by cybercrime compared with other countries around the world, according to a new report.
The University of Maryland is offering one year of free credit monitoring to anyone affected by the breach.
The apps in Apple's app store are collecting more data about users than apps for Android, according to a study.
PayPal President David Marcus said his credit card details were stolen and the information was used to finance a spending spree.
Bitcoin was hit by attacks from unknown computer hackers who are sending "mutated" lines of code into the program that runs the virtual currency.
"Someone's got a big, new cannon. Start of ugly things to come," CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince tweeted.
Computer criminals using a vulnerability in Microsoft's IE 10 have breached a website belonging to an organization frequented by veterans.
Companies don't realize how much information about a network is exposed when crash data is sent back to the software giant.
Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems, expressed serious concerns about the depth and breadth of federal surveillance.
Snapchat's security woes may be another app company's chance to cash in.
Intruders displayed employee information, a picture of Adelson with Benjamin Netanyahu, and images of casinos engulfed in fire. NBC reports.
NBC’s Richard Engel experimented with two brand-new computers to see how soon after connecting them to the Internet he would get hacked.
Google's plan to sell Motorola's handset business to Lenovo now puts the spotlight on whether federal officials will agree the deal poses no national security concerns.
Yahoo reported on Thursday that some of its users' e-mail accounts may have been targeted in a security breach of a third-party database.
The hacker group known as the Syrian Electronic Army claimed Wednesday that it had hacked the domain name registration information for social networking giant Facebook, wreaking … well, not much.
Someone in this country becomes a victim of identity theft every two seconds, according to a new study.
Online attacks nowadays like ones that recently hit Target, Snapchat and Skype are complex, Kevin Mandia, the new COO of FireEye, tells CNBC.
From "Magic Kitten" to "Energetic Bear," these are the names of some of the world's most active hacker groups, according to security firm CrowdStrike.
Federal anti-piracy agents working for Homeland Security pulled a man out of an AMC Theater in Ohio for wearing Google Glass.
Target said the cyber criminals who breached its system used credentials they stole from one of the retailer's vendors.
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