Google: Chinese and Iranian hackers targeting Biden, Trump campaigns
Chinese and Iranian government-backed hackers recently unsuccessfully targeted campaign staff for both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, a Google threat researcher announced Thursday.
A "sophisticated" organized crime group has stolen the...
Why Are Hackers Targeting Health Insurers?
March 18 -- Trend Micro's Tom Kellermann and Cylance CEO Stuart McClure discuss why hackers are targeting health insurance companies.
US targets 10 Iranians over university cyberattacks and HBO hack
Justice Department announces charges against alleged hackers, as well as sanctions, over attempts to hack universities.
Furniture Hacking 101
Cracking the code on furniture selection has never been so easy. Cindy Dole and Eric Stromer (The Home Wizards) investigate how to identify, find and choose ...
Why are hackers targeting insurance companies?
Hackers broke into a database at Anthem, the nation’s second largest health insurance provider, which contained names, social security numbers, income data and addresses of 80 million people. Judy Woodruff speaks with Mark Bower of Voltage Security about who might be behind the attack and why they would want to target an insurer.
How hackers target the hotel industry
Why Hackers Target Small Businesses
As cybercrime around the world continues to dominate the news, it becomes increasingly necessary for business owners to evaluate their own data security measures. Although newsworthy cyberattacks tend to focus on big corporations or large-scale attacks, small- and medium-sized …
How a Toronto app is helping Iranians hack internet censorship
As authorities block internet access across Iran, people turn to tech tools like Psiphon in huge numbers in an attempt to resist the control of information.
Why Do Hackers Target Health Insurers?
Hackers succeeded in accessing claims and clinical data from Premera, but they may be wasting their time trying to monetize health data, industry observers say.
Why Would Hackers Target MY Website?
This is a question I hear a lot, especially from new or potential clients. Why would someone want to hack MY website? And I know what they’re thinking: The
Iranian hackers broke into what they thought was a Chevron gas pump — but it was a honeypot
In the last few years, the so-called "Internet of Things" has gotten a reputation as "the Internet of Things That Can Be Hacked." This year alone, security researchers have hacked baby monitors, skateboards, rifles, and a Jeep— making it undriveable while it was going 70 miles per hour on a highway. One hacker possibly even hacked an airplane while it was in flight.
Why Would Hackers Target My Little Company?
For information about your employees and vendors, to start.
Hackers Targeting Smarthomes: What You Need to Know
What you need to know about protecting your smarthome. The fact is that hackers targeting smarthomes will get more in common. Stay ahead of the game!
Why Are Hackers Targeting Your Medical Records?
Medical record theft is booming. Over the past few years, large scale breaches have become more common and increasingly severe. Last year in June, a hacker named thedarkoverlord was selling 650,000…
Healthcare is a Top Three Target for Hackers
According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigative Report, the healthcare industry is among the top three targets of hackers. Hackers target the healthcare i...
How (And Why) Hackers Target Your Business
Don't miss this inside look by a trio of experts from industry and law enforcement during Dark Reading's virtual event, Cybersecurity: The Business View. Now available On-Demand.
Why Do Hackers Target Small Businesses?
Why Small Companies is the First Target for Online Hackers According to the SBA, small business employs less than 500 people and realizes less than $7 million in profits annually. This standard defines a small company across the global business world. A large percentage of these smaller businesses operate as privately owned companies. Hackers are especially …
Hackers target BAE Systems 100 times a year
Defence group BAE Systems faces “serious and persistent” cyber attacks twice a week from hackers trying to steal the defence giant’s secrets.
Hackers targeted BMW, Hyundai in hunt for trade secrets
Why Light Bulbs May Be the Next Hacker Target
Wireless “smart” devices may be the tech wave of the future, but researchers have found flaws that let hackers spread malicious code through them.