EY Americas Vice Chair of Accounts Bob Patton on increased efforts to protect businesses from cyber attacks.
The company urged users to quickly patch their systems to prevent attacks.
Belgian researchers have discovered a flaw in a widely used system for securing Wi-Fi communications that could allow hackers to read information that was previously understood to be encrypted, or infect websites with malware.
London Center for Policy Research President Tony Shaffer on how military data was stolen after a hack against an Australian subcontractor.
A hacker, operating under the alias “Alf”, stole top secret information about new United States’ fighter jets, Navy ships and surveillance aircrafts from an Australian defense subcontractor.
Former Ronald Reagan assistant defense secretary Larry Korb discusses news that a hacker, nicknamed 'Alf', stole nearly 30 gigabytes of data in an attack against Australia.
Credit reporting agency Equifax (NYSE:EFX) investigated another possible cyber event on Thursday, concluding late in the afternoon that its systems had not been compromised.
Cyber security expert Morgan Wright on the aftermath of the Equifax hacking.
Hackers linked to North Korea have targeted American power companies using phishing emails, NBC News reported, citing a private report by cybersecurity company FireEye.
Judge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst, on the scandal over Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz's (D-Fla.) former IT aide.
U.S.-based cyber firm Symantec is no longer allowing governments to review the source code of its software because of fears the agreements would compromise the security of its products, Symantec Chief Executive Greg Clark said in an interview with Reuters.
Driver's license data for around 10.9 million Americans were compromised during the breach of Equifax Inc.'s systems, according to people familiar with the matter.
U.S.-based credit reporting agency Equifax Inc said on Tuesday that the massive cyber attack it disclosed in September compromised the sensitive personal details of nearly 700,000 consumers in the United Kingdom.
During a congressional hearing on Tuesday, former Equifax CEO Richard Smith apologized repeatedly for a data breach that compromised the data of about 145.5 million U.S. consumers.
Former Equifax (NYSE:EFX) CEO Richard Smith will assume the hot seat before the Senate Banking Committee on Wednesday, where he is expected to face another round of tough questions about a megabreach that compromised the personal information of 145.5 million individuals.
As former Equifax (NYSE:EFX) CEO Richard Smith took the hot seat on Capitol Hill again on Wednesday, senators were full of questions about the company’s sole source anti-fraud prevention contract, recently renewed with the IRS.
'Outnumbered' co-host Sandra Smith on whether a discussion should be had over replacing the Social Security number.
A consumer rights group sent the “Monopoly Man” to crash a Senate hearing with former Equifax CEO Richard Smith on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
Fmr. Equifax CEO Richard Smith faces the music again, a day after more troubling information surfaced.
More than 1,000 NFL players and agents, including Colin Kaepernick's personal information was exposed due to a NFL Players Association data breach.