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Former NSA worker pleads guilty to biggest theft of data
A former NSA worker has pleaded guilty to one of the biggest thefts of classified data in US history.
Ashley Madison growing, including almost 90K women last week
More people joining Ashley Madison!
Report: Prior to breach, no one wanted to purchase Ashley Madison
Ashley Madison couldn't find a suitor.
Ashley Madison CEO stepping down after devastating data breach
It looks like the CEO of Ashley Madison has given up.
Report: 40% of Americans impacted by healthcare data breaches
40% of Americans compromised in healthcare data breach.
Lawsuits over Ashley Madison data dump will be a challenge to win
Anyone trying to sue following Ashley Madison data dump will likely have tough legal battle.
Avid Life Media offers more than $375,000 bounty to identify hackers
Ashley Madison parent company offering $500,000 reward to track down hackers.
Florida State Attorney Jeff Ashton apologizes for using Ashley Madison
Yet another political leader admits to using Ashley Madison.
Looks like Ashley Madison site operator should prepare for lawsuits
Looks like Ashley Madison parent company should get ready for plenty of lawsuits.
Avid Life Media sending takedown notices following data dump
Avid Life Media goes on offensive, sending out takedown notices.
Divorce lawyers could be busy following Ashley Madison data dump
It looks like people are calling divorce lawyers after Ashley Madison data dump.
Ashley Madison hackers say 'nobody was watching,' bad site security
The Impact Team speaks out regarding the group's infamous hack.
Study: 4 out of 10 government employees ignore rules, put data at risk
Many US government employees don't abide by mobile rules, putting data at risk.
Ashley Madison breach could lead to people being injured or killed?
Could Ashley Madison data breach lead to killings?
Hackers compromising web ads, loving news and weather sites
Criminals finding all sorts of exciting ways to compromise users.
'Islamic State Hacking Division' compromises US military personnel
Islamic State hacking division apparently compromised US military personnel.
Chinese launching chaotic number of attacks against US infrastructure
Map shows number of cyberattacks from China, focused on US economy, per secret NSA report.
Hackers hijacking your webcam and finding ways to profit from it
Oh, those pesky hackers.
The DOJ says FBI is understaffed to battle cyberattacks
FBI will struggle to try to get job done.
Chinese hackers suspected in recent cyberattack on United Airlines
Chinese hackers responsible for attack against United Airlines?
US government unsure what to do after major cyberattacks
United States not really sure what to do after major cyberattacks.
Anonymous continues siege against Canadian intelligence agency
Anonymous takes aim at Canadian government.
Survey: 92% think US government must react to foreign cyberattacks
How should the US react to foreign-based cyberattacks?
Israel focusing more on cybersecurity as it faces nonstop attacks
Israel trying to build a 'hack-proof' infrastructure.
Doesn't look like Gov. Christie is a big fan of Edward Snowden
Looks like NJ Gov. Chris Christie is no fan of Edward Snowden.
Anonymous takes credit for hacking US Census Bureau
FBI director warns of cyberattacks from terrorist groups
FBI concerned terrorists want to launch more sophisticated cyberattacks.
US officials think China is behind massive OPM data breach
US officials think China is involved in massive OPM breach.
Senators tear into OPM director for data breach, cybersecurity issues
OPM director hears from angry Senators.
Kaspersky: Connected things will be a popular target for hackers
Cybersecurity expert warns hackers will absolutely love compromised connected Things.
North Korea threatens to 'wage a cyber war' against United States
North Korea wants cyberwar against the United States?
'Celebgate' hacking scandal actually much bigger than believed
Remember that hacking scandal related to nude celebrity photos? Yeah. Well, it's worse than we thought.
US tech companies don't want Obama to interfere with encryption
Hands off encryption, Silicon Valley companies request.
OPM knew its computer system was at risk from hacker attacks
US knew of threat to OPM's computer system.
President Obama: Cybersecurity vulnerabilities will accelerate
President Obama admits there are plenty of cybersecurity issues facing the US.
Security experts say US government must make cybersecurity changes
Cybersecurity experts share their opinion of the recent OPM data breach disclosure.
IRS still using Windows XP, and has more than 300 cybersecurity staff
IRS has plenty of cybersecurity staff, but they were... busy doing other things?
Hackers finding innovative ways to commit identity theft
Cybercriminals are getting creative in their techniques to commit identity theft.
AP: IRS believes tax data thieves came from Russia
IRS tax thieves likely were from Russia, the IRS believes.
Former CIA director says United States faces threat of cyberterrorism
Does the United States pose a realistic threat of cyberterrorism?
Following more data breaches, consumers learning to pay attention
US consumers are learning to be more proactive in making sure they follow credit card activity, and their personal credit scores, following data breaches.
South Korea constantly battling North Korea in growing cyber war
South Korea must endure continued cyberattacks by North Korea, as attacks grow.
Cybersecurity researchers say Israeli military networks breached
Social engineering and publicly available software allows Arabic-speaking hackers to breach Israeli military networks.
The race is on to help develop cybersecurity for Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) has great potential for so many purposes, but could give cybersecurity experts complete fits.
Report: Better cybersecurity, safety standards needed for patient data
There is a major overhaul needed in regards to patient privacy and how healthcare providers keep data secure.
Cryptzone: Insider threats still pose biggest threat to companies
Companies are still too slow to respond to cybersecurity issues, and insider threats pose a major threat, according to Cryptzone report.
Expert: Cyberattacks on nuclear power plants could be next 9/11
Leading cybersecurity expert in Israel expresses concern that hackers could target power grids, nuclear power plants, and other critical infrastructure.
Cybersecurity in full display during RSA Conference in San Francisco
Cybersecurity is the focus of attention in San Francisco this week during RSA Conference 2015.