Hackers get in the holiday spirit by robbing charity

“Bah humbug!” cry hackers as they pilfer charity funds from the Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities (UAID) right before the holidays.

Work with HR to prevent data damage and downtime from disgruntled ex-employees

Here’s another example of why HR and IT need to be a team when it comes to the unfortunate situation of letting someone go.

Deloitte’s cloud server emails hacked

Another hack rocked the world when Deloitte announced that it had been compromised in an attack about a year ago.

Popular malware scanner compromised by malware

When you spend your time fighting monsters, beware you don’t become a monster yourself. If you’ve been using CCleaner for 32-bit Windows machines, you might want to evaluate those systems and run an actual malware scan.

Researcher hacks into companies through their help desk

If your company uses an internal messaging system – anything from Slack, Yammer or Facebook Workplace – it may be vulnerable in just a couple of clicks.

Top 10 most dangerous artists to search for online

Users searching for their favorite artists at work are putting the company’s data at risk.

What we know and still don’t know about the Equifax data breach

Equifax, the company with the sole responsibility of storing and maintaining sensitive data of U.S. users for the purpose of credit and background checks, announced that it has compromised the identity information of some 143 million people.

Microsoft Security Intelligence Report: User account attacks up by 300%

If attacks seem to be on the rise, it’s not just because there’s more media buzz about them.

Nigerian hacker behind over 4,000 scam attempts

Who still falls for the Saudi oil representative and Nigerian prince scam? Turns out, at least 14 people around the world.

Hadoop databases expose 5,120TB of data

Do you remember the MongoDB apocalypse, when improperly configured online databases exposed 25TB of data? There’s now a much larger risk that threatens companies worldwide.