OLYMPIA, Wash. - Anger and calls for accountability are growing louder following the news that more than 1.4 million people in Washington, who filed for unemployment claims, may have had their personal information stolen in a data breach involving the state auditor's office.…
CUPERTINO, Calif. (AP) — Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update their devices to fix security flaws that might have been “actively exploited” by hackers. Apple made the software upgrades available Tuesday, adding a rare note suggesting it…
Quest Diagnostics said the personal information of 11.9 million customers has potentially been compromised.
Targeted ransomware attacks on local US government entities -- cities, police stations and schools -- are on the rise, costing localities millions as some pay off the perpetrators in an effort to untangle themselves and restore vital systems.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Tuesday that while the US had not seen a "material impact on election infrastructure" from foreign adversaries in the recent midterm elections, foreign influence campaigns pitting Americans against each other on social media have continued "virtually unabated."
The North Korean government's desperation for cash is driving a surge in cyberattacks targeting banks and other businesses in the US and around the world, US officials tell CNN.
Convictions handed down this week in a high-profile treason case in Russia have reopened questions about the Russian hacking of the 2016 US presidential election.
The Democratic National Committee's head of cybersecurity is warning presidential primary candidates that the best time for hackers to target their campaigns is right now -- in the early days of the cycle.
Some users of the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel woke up to a not-so-sweet Valentine's Day surprise on Thursday.
Australia's parliament had to reset all the passwords on its computer network Thursday after an unknown attacker tried to hack into the system.
Some Amazon customers' email address and names were inadvertently exposed due to a technical error that has since been fixed, the company says.
A hack was detected earlier this month in a government computer system that works alongside HealthCare.gov, exposing the personal information of approximately 75,000 people, according to the agency in charge of the portal.
Almost 30 million Facebook users' phone numbers and email addresses were accessed by hackers in the biggest security breach in the company's history, Facebook said Friday. The attackers accessed even more details on 14 million of those users, including the area where they live, their relationship status, their religion, and part of their search history.
A massive Facebook breach may also have affected users of hundreds of other websites and apps. But three days after the public disclosure of the breach, it's not clear that those companies know what, if anything, might have happened to their users.
The personal Gmail accounts of an unspecified number of US senators and Senate staff have been targeted by foreign government hackers, a Google spokesperson confirmed to CNN on Thursday.
The Justice Department announced cyber hacking charges against a North Korean national linked to the computer hacking of Sony in 2014, the WannaCry ransomware attack, and other significant cyber intrusions in a criminal complaint unsealed Thursday.
A federal government transparency website made public dozens, if not hundreds, of Social Security numbers and other personal information in a design error during a system upgrade.
An FBI official said Wednesday the bureau has not found any evidence to back up a claim made by a conservative news organization and spread by President Donald Trump that Hillary Clinton's private email server was hacked by a Chinese-owned company.
The FBI is warning financial institutions that their ATMs could be targeted in a hacking attempt.
Russian intelligence operatives attempted to hack into the online accounts of staffers on three congressional campaigns in the upcoming midterm elections, a Microsoft executive said Thursday, marking the first public acknowledgment of a Russian attack on a 2018 race.
A major UK retailer has admitted a data breach involving 5.9 million payment cards and 1.2 million personal data records.
Chinese government hackers have stolen large swaths of highly sensitive data on undersea warfare from a Navy contractor's computers, The Washington Post reports.
The US intelligence community is exploring acquiring or developing new technological means of protecting its communication channels prior to the planned meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in June in Singapore, one intelligence source with knowledge of the matter told CNN.
Yahoo may have changed its name, but it's still paying for a massive 2014 data breach.