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The average data breach now costs a company nearly $3.8 million, according to a new study. NBC reports.
Criminals have some financial data on more than 100,000 taxpayers. Here's how to protect yourself.
Swiped health care data gets 10 to 20 times the price of a stolen MasterCard account.
Apple's latest iOS software allows for specific string of characters to shut down an iPhone remotely
Google, Twitter and Facebook face being blocked in Russia after being warned against violating the country's controversial blogging laws.
A hack of dating website Adult Friend Finder has exposed reportedly exposed personal data of about 4 million users.
An April domain name server attack directed some queries to possibly malicious Web pages designed to look like the bank's site.
A computer security expert hacked into a plane's entertainment system, and made it briefly fly sideways.
United Airlines is offering up to a million air miles to hackers who can find security bugs in its network.
Criminals are targeting consumers' Starbucks cards then hacking the associated debit and credit cards.
DocuSign, ranked 13 on CNBC's Disruptor list, says it has raised $233 million in a new round of funding to expand its "Global Trust Network."
The Apple Watch may be popular but smartwatches pose a threat to the People's Liberation Army, according to China's military newspaper.
Hard Rock Hotel& Casino Las Vegas said an attack may have allowed hackers to steal credit card information used at its retail and service locations.
The questions came from as far away as South Africa: "Hey. Can I have a free Tesla?"
White House officials said that no classified networks had been compromised, and that the hackers had collected no classified information.
Distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) are a growing threat to businesses, as criminals can be hired by the hour.
Some Singapore users of SingTel mobile data reported experiencing difficulties accessing the service in the afternoon on Wednesday.
The security researcher who was detained FBI last week after tweeting about an airline's security vulnerabilities said he didn't mean any harm.
In the cyberwar against hackers, your phone could be safer than your computer, FireEye's Kevin Mandia tells CNBC.
Raimund Genes, chief technology officer at Trend Micro, offers tips on how to protect your company from a cyberattack.
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