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Eight cities have been hit by a data breach targeting payment cards.
The U.S. is attempting to seize any assets related to Edward Snowden's new memoir, Permanent Record.
Three North Korean threat groups have been sanctioned in the U.S. as part of a larger U.S. initiative against North Korea-linked malicious cyber activity.
New tactics aimed at business executives and users are being used to reap greater reward from email based fraud, which continues to rise, researchers said.
The historic measure, which still needs to be signed into law, would prohibit biometric surveillance, including in bodycams.
A coordinated effort between multiple agencies arrested suspects in Nigeria, the U.S. and eight other countries as well as seized nearly $3.7 million.
Simply implementing best practices is not enough to address the risk coming from your own employees.
A survey by Pew Research Center finds that Americans support use of facial recognition by law enforcement , but not by tech or advertising companies.
Large portions of APT3's remote code-execution package were likely reverse-engineered from prior attack artifacts.
After being hit by a ransomware attack, Massachusetts city New Bedford faced a payout demand of more than $5 million - one of the latest known ransoms ever.
Law enforcement takedown causes Retadup malware to eat itself.
The emails are well-crafted and extremely convincing.