AT&T Secret For-Profit Spy Program Rakes in Millions
Project Hemisphere gives law enforcement access to trillions of call records and other customer metadata, such as location.
Just a Quarter of Orgs Share Threat Intelligence
Just 27% are sharing information on cyber-attacks with entities outside of their business.
Nuclear Plants at Big Risk from Leaking Pagers
Attacks could include industrial espionage or a fatal sabotage of public service systems in a terrorist attack.
Most UK Local Authorities Don’t Fund Security Training – Report
Citrix FoI request finds just 24 councils offer any IT courses
Malicious Insider Threat as Hackers Target Healthcare IP
Intel Security claims patient data is still far less lucrative than financial records
MedSec Cardiac Device Hack Claims Bolstered by Third Party
Report from hired consultancy used in St Jude Medical court case
CloudFanta Malware Uses Popular Online Storage App to Infect Users
Its use of SugarSync demonstrates the effective use of cloud services for hosting malware by malicious threat actors.
Webcams, Video Conferencing, Smart Security: All Hackable in Less Than 3 Minutes
One hack of an enterprise-grade security camera used the same method as the Dyn DDoS attack: A default password.
Half of Americans Scared to Buy Connected Devices
More than half of consumers say that they have chosen not to purchase a connected device because of security concerns.
Magazine Editor Left Red-Faced After ‘Reply All’ Gaff
Barron’s boss accidentally revealed lay-offs to entire newsroom
Russian Hacker Indicted for LinkedIn, Dropbox Breaches
Yevgeniy Nikulin is currently under arrest in Prague
US Lawmakers Slam Opt-in Car Cybersecurity Guidance
Senators say it doesn’t go far enough