Through hundreds of millions of selfies, the small Russian company behind FaceApp has likely created one of the largest private troves of geometric and facial landmark data - on the scale of Google and Facebook. The viral app has turned into an intellectual property boon.
A newly discovered vulnerability in Visa's contactless payment cards could allow fraudsters to bypass payment limits of 30 British pounds ($37) at U.K. banks, according to researchers at Positive Technologies, who claim the vulnerability could be exploited in other countries as well.
A watchdog agency review of a VA medical center in California spotlights security issues involving medical device "workarounds" that some experts say are common but often overlooked or underestimated risks.
The U.S. Department of Defense has purchased IT gear known to have significant cybersecurity vulnerabilities, according to a new inspector general audit, which also highlights concerns about the use of equipment manufactured in China.
Cisco has agreed to pay $8.6 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit that claimed the networking company sold video surveillance software to local, state and federal agencies over a six-year period that contained serious security vulnerabilities.
A federal judge has granted preliminary approval for a $74 million settlement of a consolidated class action lawsuit against health insurer Premera Blue Cross stemming from a 2014 data breach that affected 11 million individuals. More money will go to security enhancements than to victim reimbursement.
FireEye and AWS hosted a Cloud Security Breakfast Briefing summer of 2019. During this briefing Stephen Alexander, AWS National Security Senior Solutions Architect and FireEye's Martin Holste, Cloud Security CTO, and Tim Appleby, Director of Federal Programs, addressed how organizations can achieve the security needed...
A newly discovered mobile ransomware strain called Filecoder.C is targeting Android devices through malicious links in online forums and then spreading via contact lists through SMS messages that attempt to entice others to install an app, according to research by the security firm ESET.
In what's likely the first of many investigations, the New York attorney general's office announced late Tuesday that it's launching a Capital One probe following the disclosure that over 100 million U.S. residents had their personal data exposed in a breach. Meanwhile, class action lawsuits are looming.
The cause of Capital One's breach is known. But experts say the incident still raises questions over why Capital One held onto personal data so long and if the bank was adequately monitoring administrator accounts.
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JPMorgan Chase researchers have published a new paper describing their efforts at developing a novel "early warning" system based on artificial intelligence algorithms that can detect malware, Trojans and other advanced persistent threats before the phishing campaign that targets the bank's employees even starts.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating a possible data breach that appears to have exposed the personal information of about 2,500 full-time officers, as well as records related to 17,500 potential police candidates, according to local news media reports.