A report shows cybercrime is becoming a profitable business as more criminals sell malware and stolen information on underground marketplaces, according to a new report from McAfee, Tech Crunch reported.
Digital comic book marketplace ComiXology was recently attacked, causing administrators to urge users to change their passwords, technology news site CNET reported.
The North Dakota University System (NDUS) alerted almost 300,000 former and current students and university employees to a data breach after its server was hacked, SC Magazine reported.
Beauty products retailer Sally Beauty said it is in the process of investigating a potential data breach of its payment systems, KresbOnSecurity reported.
The Maricopa County Community College District estimates the cost of a data breach that exposed the information of millions of students and staff could reach $17.1 million, AZCentral.com reported.
An IT intelligence firm said thousands of routers may be vulnerable to attacks afterAn IT intelligence firm said thousands of routers may be vulnerable to attacks after cybercriminals changed their domain name system (DNS) configurations, SC Magazine reported. cybercriminals changed their domain name system (DNS) configurations, SC Magazine reported.
A Los Angeles woman was arrested after committing identity theft to pay for her community college tuition, The Associated Press reported.
A company that operates a number of casino websites in Las Vegas recently concluded that hackers stole customer information during a data breach in February, SC Magazine reported.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, working with the Department of Justice, recovered a record-breaking $4.3 billion in fraudulent health care funds in 2013, up from $4.2 billion the previous year, Compliance Week reported.
A California health system learned of a data breach of patient records after it was named the defendant in a lawsuit, Health IT Security reported.