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Company to pay US Department of Health and Human Services over potential HIPAA violations after patient medical data was stolen by cyberthieves.
The government says its rules are to protect security and stability, but some say they are repressive.
Micro-segmentation is very achievable. While it can feel daunting, you can succeed by proactively being aware of and avoiding these roadblocks.
The worm has returned and the Yahoos have all been exposed, but did 2017 teach us any genuinely new lessons we shouldn't already have known?
A Russian national in jail for hacking the Democratic National Committee says a data signature proves he acted on the Kremlin's orders.
Mozilla released five patches for Thunderbird security vulnerabilities, including one critical buffer overflow bug affecting Windows machines.
Most corporate boards are not taking tangible actions to shape their companies' security strategies or investment plans, a PwC study shows.
VCs weigh in with their advice on how to select a startup with staying power when purchasing security solutions and services.
Attackers gain access to personal information of Nissan Canada Finance and Infiniti Financial Services Canada customers.
Thousands of attempts have been made to exploit a zero-day vulnerability in the Huawei home router HG532.
Determining the financial impact of specific IT vulnerabilities is a good way to prioritize remediation and prevent attacks.

The Coolest Hacks of 2017

Robots, voting machines, machine learning, and the wind were among the hacks security researchers pulled off this year.