Hackers

Read: 63,000 UCF Students’ Information Hacked, Stolen

63,000 UCF Students’ Information Hacked, Stolen

Students and faculty have voiced their frustrations about the hack on social media since the school’s announcement.

Read: Researchers Find Widespread Hacking Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices

Researchers Find Widespread Hacking Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices

The cybersecurity vulnerabilities risk patient safety and privacy.

Gov. Announces OPM Hack Stole 5.6 Million Fingerprints

The new figure blows away previous estimates made by the government this summer.

Read: For Hackers, Universities are Prime Targets

For Hackers, Universities are Prime Targets

The list of reasons why someone might want to hack a university is longer than you may think.

Read: UVA Claims to Be the Victim of a Chinese Cyberattack

UVA Claims to Be the Victim of a Chinese Cyberattack

Officials say two university employees who are working on a project related to China were targeted.

Read: Google Fixes Hacking Vulnerabilities in Android

Google Fixes Hacking Vulnerabilities in Android

Google announced that it fixed a bug in the Android phone on August 5.

Read: FDA Urges Hospitals to Stop Using Pumps Due to Hacking Vulnerabilities

FDA Urges Hospitals to Stop Using Pumps Due to Hacking Vulnerabilities

The FDA says Hospira’s Symbiq Infusion System drug pumps are capable of being hacked and is encouraging healthcare facilities to stop using them.

Read: Cyber Security Firm Claims Android Phones Are Vulnerable to Hacking

Cyber Security Firm Claims Android Phones Are Vulnerable to Hacking

Zimperium has found that with a simple text message, hackers can access the personal data on Android phones, potentially affecting 95 percent of the mobile devices.

UCLA Health Data Breach Could Affect 4.5 Million

The attackers accessed parts of the computer network that contain personal and medical information.

Read: Researcher Finds Hacking Vulnerabilities in Hospital’s Drug Pumps

Researcher Finds Hacking Vulnerabilities in Hospital’s Drug Pumps

Security Researcher Bill Rios says he’s found major weaknesses in the company Hospira’s drug pumps that could be exploited by hackers and endanger patients.

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