AusCERT is one of the oldest CERT's in the world, and Phil Cole says the independent organization is now laser-focused on helping enterprises across sectors to fundamentally improve their strategies and solutions for incident response.
Russian citizen Mark Vartanyan, aka "Kolypto," has been sentenced to serve five years in U.S. prison after he pleaded guilty to helping develop and distribute the notorious banking Trojan called Citadel.
Two Iranian nationals remain at large after being charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with hacking into a Vermont-based engineering firm and stealing software used to develop projectiles, ranging from bullets to GPS-guided artillery shells and missiles.
Ricoh's Australia office has notified banks, government agencies, universities and many large businesses about a curious data breach that, in some cases, exposed login credentials for its multifunction devices.
Dow Jones is blaming user error for an Amazon Web Services S3 bucket misconfiguration that exposed data on about 2.2 million customers. In recent months, Verizon, WWE, Scottrade and a data analytics firm aligned with the Republican Party have been similarly caught out.
An investigation into a single IP security camera has unfolded into yet another worrying finding in the land of the internet of things. Millions of IoT devices may have a remotely executable buffer overflow in an open-source code component, according to cybersecurity company Senrio.
Two GOP senators are asking federal regulators to recoup potentially millions of dollars worth of allegedly inappropriate EHR incentive payments made under the HITECH Act. If the money is clawed back, what's the potential impact on data security spending?
Package-delivery giant FedEx is warning that the global outbreak of NotPetya malware will "materially impact" profits; its TNT Express international delivery service continues to experience "widespread service delays" as it struggles to restore crypto-locked systems.
What trait does a global cyberattack and a hurricane share? Both could cost insurers - and victims - dearly. In a new report, Lloyd's of London estimates that a major cloud services attack could trigger $53 billion in losses and cleanup costs.
Demands by politicians that people must be willing to surrender their privacy rights to help security services battle cybercrime are shorthand for governments having significantly underinvested in the required resources, says information security expert Brian Honan.
Ashley Madison wants to put that sordid data breach affair behind it. Parent company Ruby Life has reached an $11.2 million settlement agreement with the plaintiffs behind two dozen U.S. class-action lawsuits - since consolidated - lodged in the wake of its massive 2015 breach.
Federal authorities have charged 412 individuals allegedly responsible for $1.3 billion in billing fraud in a takedown that officials are calling the largest healthcare fraud enforcement action to date.
London-based health insurer Bupa Global is warning international policyholders that a breach affecting 547,000 customers - with data showing up on darknet marketplace AlphaBay for sale - traces to a now-former employee.
The world's largest darknet marketplace, AlphaBay, is offline following raids as part of a joint U.S., Canadian and Thai investigation. One of the site's alleged founders was found dead Wednesday in a Bangkok jail cell.