Android phone users in the U.S. should be aware of a new mobile security threat as Trojans are now targeting text messages, SC Magazine reported.
A data breach at a chiropractic and rehab clinic in Virginia may have exposed the personal and medical information of 5,500 patients, SC Magazine reported.
AOL Mail users received spam emails after accounts were hacked or made to appear like legitimate user accounts after a data breach, TechCrunch reported.
Nearly 30,000 Iowa State University students may have had their information exposed during a data breach, The Des Moines Register reported.
IT security researchers found the number of mobile banking Trojans almost doubled in the first quarter of 2014, according to a Kaspersky Lab report.
A medical office worker stole patient personal information to commit identity theft and tax fraud, according to a release by the U.S. Department of Justice.
A type of banking malware specifically targeted for Android devices is spreading through fake Facebook login pages, according to researchers at IT security company ESET.
The number of amplification and reflection distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks rose 35 percent in the first three months of 2014 compared to the previous quarter, according to DDoS mitigation services provider Prolexic.
Hackers tried to steal more than $163,000 from a Michigan school district during a phishing scheme, SC Magazine reported.
A third-party supplier for Virgin Media caused a data breach that exposed the email addresses of more than 130,000 customers of the media and telecom giant, SC Magazine reported.