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One of biggest spam operators has had its entire database of 1.4 billion email addresses leaked online after being discovered by security researcher, Chris Vickery.
The connected toy company, CloudPets, experienced a major data breach, exposing over 800,000 user accounts and possibly two million voice recording conversations between children and their parents.
A new spam campaign was spotted over the weekend, infecting victims with the TeamSpy data-stealing malware and giving cyber criminals full access to the compromised computers.
InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG), confirmed Friday that a credit card breach affected at least 12 of its properties in the United States.
A new whitepaper released by the World Economic Forum Future of Digital Economy and Society System Initiative intends to help boards understand the cyber risks they are facing in 2017.
According to a new report, the number of breaches disclosed by organizations in the United States increased by 40 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year.
One of the biggest breaches to hit Indian has leaked as many as 3.2 million payment card details, leaving financial institutions scrambling as they try to pick up the pieces.
As Election Day inches closer and closer for the United States, researchers have been detecting a stark increase in malicious campaigns, seeking to capitalize on this highly combative presidential race.
As the FBI continues to work tirelessly in an effort to fight the latest ransomware epidemic, they’re now calling on victims of ransomware attacks to come forward promptly and share the details of their story.
According to the hotel operator, HEI Hotels & Resorts, hotels in 10 states and in the District of Columbia may have been targeted by hackers for months.