Cyber Crime

Read: Louisiana Governor Declares Statewide Cybersecurity Emergency

Louisiana Governor Declares Statewide Cybersecurity Emergency

The governor suggests Louisianans educate themselves on cybersecurity to prevent future malware attacks from on businesses, schools or residents.

Read: How Physical Security Can Stop Cybercrime

How Physical Security Can Stop Cybercrime

Cybercriminals don’t need to operate exclusively behind computers to do their work. Here’s how to keep them off premises.

Read: 62 Universities Hacked Through Vulnerability in Web App

62 Universities Hacked Through Vulnerability in Web App

Hackers were able to create thousands of fake accounts that were used ‘almost immediately for criminal activity,’ officials said.

Read: Cyber Attacks Overwhelm Schools, Affect Students’ Education

Cyber Attacks Overwhelm Schools, Affect Students’ Education

Schools are becoming more of a target for cyber attacks because of the sensitive data they carry, including Social Security numbers.

Read: 5 Most Common Digital Workplace Security Myths Busted

5 Most Common Digital Workplace Security Myths Busted

Endpoint security has become an important strategy for protecting business data assets, but there are a number of common misconceptions about it.

Read: WSU Settles Lawsuit Over 2017 Hard Drive Theft for $4.7 Million

WSU Settles Lawsuit Over 2017 Hard Drive Theft for $4.7 Million

Nearly 1.3 million people’s personal information was stolen, including Social Security numbers, when a hard drive was stolen from an off-site storage unit.

Read: Cape Cod Community College Recovers 80% of Stolen Money

Cape Cod Community College Recovers 80% of Stolen Money

The college was attacked by hackers who infiltrated the school’s banking information and were able to make several transactions.

Read: Georgia Tech Data Breach Exposes Information of 1.3M People

Georgia Tech Data Breach Exposes Information of 1.3M People

The university, which many people believe to be a ‘cybersecurity hub’ with all the work it’s done over the past few years, got hacked last month.

Read: UCLA Health Settles $7.5M Lawsuit Over Data Breach

UCLA Health Settles $7.5M Lawsuit Over Data Breach

The data breach was discovered in 2014 and affected the personal information, including Social Security numbers, of nearly 4.5 million UCLA Health patients.

Read: Hackers Offer College Applicants Chance to Buy Admissions Files

Hackers Offer College Applicants Chance to Buy Admissions Files

Hackers breached the systems of three private U.S. colleges and sent out suspicious emails to applicants asking for a ransom.

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