JPMorgan has alerted 465,000 customers of a data breach after its systems were illegally accessed by hackers in July, according to Reuters.
Cybersecurity firm Trustwave said hackers stole almost 2 million login credentials for major email and Internet service providers with the help of keylogging software, CNNMoney reported.
IT security firm Kaspersky Lab is warning of a new type of malware that is a predicted to spread quickly and threaten financial institutions as the holidays approach, Infosecurity Magazine reported.
The World Law Group (WLG) released a report highlighting the difficulty of creating widely accepted standards for data breach notifications because of constantly changing cyber threats and technology, according to SC Magazine.
A cluster of identity theft victims from the same north Texas neighborhood have sparked an investigation and set residents on edge, according to CBS affiliate KTVT.
Cyberattackers took advantage of a security loophole to steal information from members of an online forum dedicated to talking about the virtual currency called bitcoin, according to SC Magazine.
Shopping on mobile devices is projected to surge during the holidays this year, but the majority of U.S. consumers continue to be concerned about mobile security, according to a report released by IT security firm Tripwire.
The University of Washington Medical Center (UW Medicine) notified patients of a data breach that occurred after an employee accidentally downloaded malware, Infosecurity Magazine reported.
Florida Digestive Health Specialists notified 4,400 patients that their personal information may have been compromised after a former employee accessed their files without authorization, according to Insurance Journal.
Law enforcement authorities arrested members of an identity theft ring in Tulsa, Okla., for allegedly creating checks from stolen bank information, CBS affiliate KOTV reported.