Don't worry. The word "password" is not the most popular password out there. People are apparently catching on that passwords need to be stronger. So most opt for … wait for it … "123456."
The FBI has been kept plenty busy investigating large-scale and wide-spread data breaches, and is responding by recruiting a new elite corps of FBI cyber special agents.
Hackers are especially busy during the holiday season, as they try to prey on busy businesses that may not be taking all the necessary steps to secure their networks while signing off for the year and closing last-minute deals.
The top news stories for Sept. 12, 2014.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released a consumer advisory highlighting known scams and shortcomings of cryptocurrencies. The agency also announced it would begin accepting complaints pertaining to specific virtual currencies or companies that deal in them.
The top news stories for August 11, 2014.
Hackers were following the World Cup final match instead of wreaking havoc on the Internet, according to data collected by security firm Imperva.
Cybercrime is costing organizations worldwide a whopping $400 billion in annual losses, though must cybercrime may actually go unreported.
The top news stories for June 9, 2014.