A data breach may have exposed the personal information of about 1 in 5 employees working for the state of Tennessee, Nashville Post reported.
Jersey City Medical Center alerted patients to a potential data breach after a package expected to be delivered to a third-party firm was unaccounted for, according to a data breach notification letter.
There were more than 400 data breaches reported in the first half of 2014, with incidents exposing corporate and customer data, according to a report by IT security firm Trend Micro.
Law enforcement authorities recently located a computer that stored information from a massive data breach that may have affected almost 650,000 customers at online booking site Paddy Power, Bloomberg reported.
About 1 in 4 websites may be at risk for denial-of-service (DoS) attacks due to a major security vulnerability, according to cloud app delivery platform Incapsula.
Target projects the costs connected to a data breach that occurred last year in the heat of the holiday shopping season will reach $148 million in the second quarter of 2014, according to a statement by the company.
Cybersecurity experts revealed a hacker group in Russia had the largest collection of stolen user credentials with more than 1 billion passwords and usernames, The New York Times reported.
After an investigation, restaurant chain P.F. Chang's China Bistro concluded customers from 33 restaurant locations across the U.S. potentially had their credit and debit card stolen during a data breach, according to a statement from P.F. Chang's CEO.
Tech firm Mozilla announced it experienced a data breach of its developer network that may have exposed the credentials of 76,000 users, according to a Mozilla security blog.
Of the 237 data breaches in the second quarter of 2014, just 10 breaches involved data encryption to guard sensitive information, according to a report by data protection solutions company SafeNet.