You've been hacked — probably several times — but what should you do when you first learn that your personal information may have been stolen?
Hackers are making a fortune stealing customer info on financial apps. It's time to monitor your transactions and your passwords.
The 2016 GOP platform is calling for retaliation against online hackers. But experts say fighting back could trigger severe consequences.
Many people who download apps fail to read the fine print, which states that you agree to provide access to all data on your device.
Longtime hacker Billy Rios says data thieves are more determined than ever before to break into systems — and rarely ever get caught.
Did you know your toothbrush and toilet pose a security risk? Here are some of the most surprising items hackers are zoning in on right now.
Stolen personal data can fetch millions from buyers. Experts reveal how transactions are made and which info commands the highest price.
Autonomous trucks are hitting the road globally, raising fears terrorists will use them as remotely guided weapons. But how likely is it?
Brazil is notorious for its large concentration of hackers. Fears are mounting that there could be large-scale breaches at the Rio Olympics.
Guccifer 2.0 — the hacker who claimed credit for the recent DNC breach — has shared a new batch of juicy documents.
Most of the cyberattacks will come this week from nation-states or protesters, the official charged with protecting the network says.
The fevered anticipation of "Pokemon Go" and limited release globally has created opportunities for attackers, a cybersecurity software firm said.
Millions of Americans are still being affected by some of the most high-profile hack attacks over the past few years. Are you at risk?
Hackers are targeting small businesses with a host of sophisticated malware and other viruses. It's wreaking havoc and costing millions.
Islamic terrorists gathering the tools and know-how to launch cyberstrikes on Western companies and critical infrastructure, a new study warns.
Injecting a radio-frequency ID chip into your body to open doors and log onto computers is a growing trend — and hackers are honing in.
The cyberattack that knocked hundreds of Japanese school networks offline had at least one novel feature: It was allegedly instigated by a student.
One of the biggest hacking threats to companies and to customers' sensitive data comes from a surprising source without a computer's help.
The migration to chip cards is a must, but in the short term could create as much as $14 billion in fraud between now and 2020.
The black market for stolen data is putting a price on a surprising range of personal information, based on the laws of supply and demand.
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson offered further clarity on the data breach the company announced in November.
Huawei Chairman Liang Hua said the company has not had direct contact with the authorities in regard to the extradition of its arrested CFO Meng Wanzhou from Canada to the U.S.
A Huawei board member said the company is committing to being more transparent for "the foreseeable future."