What Consumers Need to Know About the Yahoo Security Breach
Yahoo announced on Thursday that it believes information associated with at least 500 million user accounts was stolen by a "state-sponsored actor" at the end of 2014. Cyber security experts believe that this was the largest-known breach of user accounts. Russian hackers are suspected as being
The Note: Trump Crosses the Border To Mexico
NOTABLES --TRUMP MAKES SURPRISE VISIT TO MEXICO TODAY: Donald Trump says he has accepted an invitation from Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to meet with him Wednesday. "I have accepted the invitation of President Enrique Pena Nieto, of Mexico, and look very much forward to meeting him
FBI Chief Responds to Concern Over Cyber Threats to US Election System
The FBI has responded to recent concerns about the American election system being targeted for cyber-attacks as the presidential elections approach, saying they take the threat "very, very seriously" and are working to "equip the rest of our government with options." "We take very seriously any
Data Breaches Bigger, Worse Than You Think, Report Says
In addition to nine “mega-breaches” of personal data in 2015, tens of millions of personal records were likely exposed or stolen by cyber criminals the same year but went unreported because the companies or entities involved chose to keep the size of the breach a secret, according to a new cyber
'GMA 40 for 40': Expert Tips to Get A-List Hair
Kari Hill, celebrity colorist at Meche Salon in Beverly Hills, shows the styling tricks used on the salon's star-studded clientele.
Duqu 2.0: ‘Almost Invisible’ Cyber Espionage Tool Targeted Russian Co., Linked to Iran Nuclear Talks
A Russian cyber security firm says it has discovered a highly-sophisticated, “almost invisible” cyber espionage tool that targeted the company’s own servers, as well as systems around the world, including some linked to the controversial Iranian nuclear negotiations. The Moscow-based firm Kaspersky
The Curious Origin of the 'Heartbleed' Logo
The "Heartbleed" bug that may have affected more than half a million websites has taken on a life of its own -- in media headlines and social media chatter -- despite the fact that many people still have no clue what it is. The public can thank a little-known Finnish designer for the heightened
Report: Hackers Lured Victims With Sochi Terrorism Fears
In the wake of a series of deadly bombings in the region, a direct threat from a major terrorist leader and a stream of sobering warnings from American security experts, computer users could be forgiven for taking an interest in an email with the subject...