• Another government data breach: U.S. Census Bureau admits to hack

    The U.S. Census Bureau admits that it was attacked and had data exfiltrated from systems, and one expert says this latest government data breach is another example that federal systems are not safe from attack.

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  • car hacking

    Car hacking is the manipulation of the code in a car's electronic control units (ECU) to exploit a vulnerability and control a target mechanism, potentially enabling control of the vehicle.

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  • US health insurer Anthem hacked, exposing up to 80 million records

    Hackers have broken into a database at US health insurer Anthem said to contain the personal data of up to 80 million people

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  • Minecraft developer Mojang not hacked, says Microsoft

    Minecraft users were targeted directly to enable an online leak of personal details, not developer Mojang, says Microsoft

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  • Should ethical car hacks be allowed, or will legislation be enough to ensure vehicle security?

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  • Hackers targeting .NET shows the growing pains of open source security

    Researchers say that malware makers have been targeting .NET since Microsoft made the software open source, and experts debate to what extent open source security can be maintained.

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  • Jeep hack raises questions about responsibility for security

    The hack of a Jeep raises the question whether users or car manufacturers should be responsible for protecting against cyber attackers

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  • The Sony Pictures hack: A lesson in enterprise incident response

    The Sony Pictures hack was a breach unlike others. John Dickson, principal at Denim Group, talked to SearchSecurity at RSA Conference 2015 about what enterprises should take from the attack.

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  • OPM hackers stole 21.5 million records, 1.1 million fingerprints

    Investigators for the OPM data breach find that 21.5 million personal records were stolen in the attack, including 1.1 million fingerprints. The White House is still considering its response.

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  • Drive-by and XXS attacks will increase in 2013 – but why?

    Drive-by download and cross-site scripting attacks (XSS) will remain top hacking methods in 2013. But what is their enduring appeal for hackers?

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