T-Mobile recently experienced a data breach in which some of its customers had their information, including "call-related information," exposed to hackers.
Dozens of email accounts at the Treasury Department were compromised in a massive breach of U.S. government agencies being blamed on Russia.
It’s going to take months to kick elite hackers widely believed to be Russian out of the U.S. government networks they have been quietly rifling through since as far back as March in Washington’s worst cyberespionage failure on record.
The possibilities of what deeply held secrets might have been stolen in a disciplined, monthslong operation are mind-boggling.
U.S. government agencies and private companies rushed Monday to secure their computer networks following the disclosure of a sophisticated and long-running cyber-espionage intrusion. Experts said the hack was almost certainly was carried out by a foreign state.
The messages sometimes have UPS or FedEx included in the text to make it seem more legit. They may even include your name.
Microsoft said that most of the attacks in recent months were unsuccessful, but provided no information on how many succeeded or how serious those breaches were.
Federal agencies warned that cybercriminals are unleashing a major ransomware assault against the U.S. healthcare system. Independent security experts say it has already hobbled at least four U.S. hospitals this month, and could potentially impact hundreds more.
The campaign website for President Donald Trump was apparently hacked Tuesday.
Snowden, a former contractor with the NSA, has been living in Russia since 2013 to escape prosecution in the U.S. after leaking classified documents detailing government surveillance programs.
Russian hackers have targeted the networks of dozens of state and local governments in the United States in recent days, and have stolen data from at least two servers.
Iran and Russia have obtained voter registration information with the goal of interfering in the presidential election, U.S. officials said at an impromptu news conference Tuesday night.
The U.S. has charged six current and former Russian military officers in alleged hacks aimed at American businesses, French elections and the Winter Olympics.
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency have issued a series of advisories in recent weeks aimed at warning voters about problems that could surface in the election — as well as steps Americans can take to counter the foreign interference threat.
Mail-in ballots almost always have several layers of security, including secondary secrecy envelopes with unique barcodes.
Synthetic identities are created by linking stolen Social Security numbers to new names, addresses, and dates of birth.
Approximately 46,000 veterans’ personal information was exposed in a data breach, the VA announced Monday.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers inspecting cargo at the Cincinnati Port have seized 2,233 counterfeit driver's licenses so far in 2020.
Almost two thirds of businesses which contributed to the research said that their companies were more likely to experience a data breach due to COVID-19.
Most of the shipments came from Hong Kong and mainland China, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.