Hackers

Read: All Atlanta Public Schools Employee Data Potentially Compromised

All Atlanta Public Schools Employee Data Potentially Compromised

Investigators believe the scope of the Atlanta Public Schools data breach is larger than initially thought.

Read: How Easily Can Hackers Use IR Lights to Steal Data through Cameras?

How Easily Can Hackers Use IR Lights to Steal Data through Cameras?

While researchers say data can be stolen through security camera’s infrared lights, a security expert says it is no easy feat.

Read: Back to School: 11 Ways to Teach Children Internet Safety Best Practices

Back to School: 11 Ways to Teach Children Internet Safety Best Practices

NordVPN gives advice for parents and teachers to educate kids on internet safety and cybersecurity.

Read: 4 Reasons Every Hospital Should Know About HHS’ HCCIC

4 Reasons Every Hospital Should Know About HHS’ HCCIC

The HCCIC could guide hospitals and the healthcare industry as a whole into an improved cybersecurity landscape.

Read: Man Sentenced in 2014 Threat to Shoot Up Calif. High School

Man Sentenced in 2014 Threat to Shoot Up Calif. High School

The now 20-year-old Florida man has no known ties to the area and used the identity of a local student to make threats on social media.

Read: 4 Ways to Prevent IP Video Surveillance Hacks

4 Ways to Prevent IP Video Surveillance Hacks

IP video hacks can be a major threat to institutions that don’t take the proper steps to mitigate them.

Read: 15 Dutch Hospitals Victims of Ransomware Attacks

15 Dutch Hospitals Victims of Ransomware Attacks

The anonymous dutch hospitals described their experiences dealing with ransomware attacks.

Read: 7,000 Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Patients’ Records Leaked

7,000 Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Patients’ Records Leaked

Police are investigating a third party’s unauthorized access of the records.

Read: Study: 3 in 4 Ransomware Attacks Occur in 4 Different Sectors

Study: 3 in 4 Ransomware Attacks Occur in 4 Different Sectors

NTT Security’s malware report includes insights on ransomware, phishing and distributed denial of service (DDoS) malware attacks.

Read: Lack of Encryption Causes Dallas Emergency Siren Hack

Lack of Encryption Causes Dallas Emergency Siren Hack

The city’s sirens were hacked through radio frequencies, not a computer network.

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