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Houseparty says rumors it’s been hacked are a paid smear campaign and it’s offering a $1 million reward for proof
This is an unexpected twist.
A cybersecurity expert describes the underground hacker network where stolen usernames and passwords are ‘traded like Pokémon cards’
Hackers use secret networks to aggregate and trade millions of stolen login credentials and passwords, according to a cybersecurity expert.
A security expert says credit cards are still the safest way to pay, but you should ‘lie like a superhero’ when you set up the account
While data leaks, security breaches, and high balances threaten Americans, opening and using credit cards is still safe.
A professional hacker reveals the top security mistake people make online — and it’s something you probably do every day
Most people share too much about themselves on social media, and it could make it easier for hackers to guess your password.
It might be impossible to prevent hackers from breaking into corporations like Capital One. But here’s what companies should do anyway to make s...
Capital One was the victim of a massive data breach. Here's what companies should do to prevent data from being stolen in a similar way.
Capital One is the latest company to get rocked by a massive data breach. Here are the 8 largest hacks of the 21st century.
In addition to Capital One, companies like Target, Equifax, Marriott and Yahoo have suffered major data breaches.
Apple CEO Tim Cook called out companies like Facebook, Theranos, and YouTube in a speech pushing for responsibility in Silicon Valley
In his 2019 Stanford commencement speech, Apple CEO Tim Cook called for more accountability amongst powerful tech firms.
From governments to hotels to social media sites, no institution is safe.
American companies paid significantly more on average for every data breach in 2018 than companies in any other country
The average cost of a data breach for US companies in 2018 was $7.91 million — $3 million more than Canada's average, and more than twice as much as almost every other country in the world.