Nov 09, 2017
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Former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer apologized on Wednesday for two massive data breaches at the internet company, blaming Russian agents for at least one of them, at a hearing on the growing number of cyber attacks on major U.S. companies.
Former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer apologized on Wednesday for a pair of massive data breaches at the internet company, blaming Russian agents, at a hearing on the growing number of cyber attacks involving major U.S. companies.
Equifax experienced a significant data breach resulting in 209,000 credit card numbers being compromised. In one of the worst data breaches in recent history, Equifax, one of the three main US agencies reporting consumer credit information, was subjected to a major hack of their website, resulting...
With each new revelation about the devastating Equifax breach, the company's defenses and response appear increasingly inadequate.
The company had previously shown some of the ads to Capitol Hill investigators but took back copies before they could be studied carefully, citing concerns over user privacy at the time. Facebook has reversed that position amid rising complaints from Capitol Hill that the company was not...
Former Obama Attorney General Eric Holder threatened Republicans in Congress against removing Special Counsel Robert Mueller the day after GOP congressmen grilled Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein over Mueller stacking his team of Trump investigators with Hillary Clinton donors and lawyers...
Three months into the longest blackout in U.S. history, Puerto Ricans are in limbo. Millions still have no safe water, schools remain shut and the tasks of daily life are exhausting and dangerous. Full electricity may be months way.
Democrats, who demonstrated alongside angry members of the public when the FCC vote took place, have already introduced a plan to undo the FCC's decision.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania has temporarily blocked implementation of the Trump administration’s new birth-control rules, which create broad religious and moral exemptions for employers seeking not to provide employees contraceptive health coverage.
The number of Americans severely behind on payments on federal student loans reached 4.6 million in the third quarter, a doubling from four years ago, despite a historically long stretch of U.S. job creation.
The spouses of highly skilled foreign workers would no longer be able to work legally in the U.S. under a regulatory change proposed by the Trump administration Thursday.
CLEVELAND -- The Indians are the only organization that Jason Kipnis has known. Cleveland drafted him eight years ago, developed him as a second baseman and watched him turn into a two-time All-Star, a clubhouse leader, fan favorite and one of the faces of the franchise during its recent run of...
A phishing email that targets the cryptocurrency industry has been linked to the Lazarus Group, a shadowy hacking collective believed to work for North Korea.
Former UCLA basketball player LiAngelo Ball claims that his message of thanks to President Trump for freeing him from a Chinese prison.