CrowdStrike Co-founder and CTO Dmitri Alperovitch speaks at a conference. (REUTERS/KEITH BEDFORD ) A private cyber security firm has discovered evidence that a suspected Chinese government hacker group has been targeting U.S. experts on Iraq. ... The Atlantic Wire, 1 month ago
Hackers focusing on experts on Iraq: CrowdStrike - Belleville Intelligencer, 1 month ago
More from: Reuters UK, Softpedia...and 87 other sources
3 images for "dmitri alperovitch"
The cyber attack on the systems of the US Investigation Services (USIS), a company running background checks for employees of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), exposed details of 25,000 US government workers, according to Reuters. The ...Softpedia, 2 days ago Undercover investigators exposed IT Web, 2 days ago US undercover agents exposed in hacking The Gulf Today, 3 days ago CORRECTED - U.S. undercover investigators … Yahoo! India, 3 days ago
03:52 Reuters/Pawel Kopczynski Multiple undercover investigators had their personal data exposed to hackers after a cyber attack struck a key contractor of the Department of Homeland Security in early August. In fact, the data breach ...Russia Today, 4 days ago Cybersecurity as Arms Control? Weekly Standard, 1 month ago
Data breach at Homeland Security contractor that compromised 25,000 employees 'was the work of a foreign government'
United States Investigations Services or USIS is a major contractor for the Department of Homeland Security based in Falls Church, Virginia Their network was hacked on Wednesday in what officials say 'has all the markings of a state-sponsored ...Capital Bay, 4 days ago 'was the work of a foreign government', Data breach at Homeland Security contractor that compromised 25,000 employees Capital Bay, 4 days ago
For four years, a sophisticated group of Chinese cyberspies has cut a digital swath through the health-care industry, stealing everything from trade secrets to trial data, say security firms probing the campaign. The group infiltrated one U.S.Bloomberg, 6 days ago Virulent Chinese Hacking Group Mows Through U.S. Medtech, Pharma La Repubblica, 6 days ago
More from: , Yahoo! Finance...and 2 other sources
News roundup: When a breach occurs, it's common practice to share the information with victims -- both the users and the companies involved. However, Hold Security's billion-password hack disclosure hasn't followed standard procedure. In this ...SearchSecurity.com, 2 weeks ago
A Russian crime ring is suspected of obtaining access to a record 1.2 billion username and password combinations, shedding renewed light on how vulnerable online personal information can be. Cybersecurity firm Hold Security said the gang of hackers ...Time, 2 weeks ago Russian group hacks 1.2 bn usernames, passwords Domain-B, 2 weeks ago Russian gang 'stole 1.2bn Internet logins, passwords' Trade Arabia, 2 weeks ago Gang steals 1.2bn Internet credentials IT Web, 3 weeks ago
More from: Reuters, CNBC...and 30 other sources
RELATED LINKS Security bug Heartbleed could have provided key that unlocks personal online data How can shoppers keep their information secure from hacks? R.I.P. traditional anti-virus software GWEN IFILL: Computer hacking and the breaches of ...PBS, 2 weeks ago
Russia is home to some of the most dangerous crime syndicates in the world, and one of them has pulled off perhaps the biggest heist of online user information ever a staggering 1.2 billion name and password combinations taken from 500 million ...US News & World Report, 3 weeks ago
Two Canadian nationals who own a coffee shop on the Chinese-North Korean border are under investigation for suspected theft of state secrets about China's military and national defense research, Mark Mackinnon and Nathan VanderKlippe report at the ...China Digital Times, 3 weeks ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!