SendGrid confirmed a system data breach after hackers improperly accessed customer email accounts, according to a company blog by Chief Security Officer David Campbell.
Saint Agnes Health Care confirmed a data breach of personal and insurance information impacting an estimated 25,000 people, according to a hospital statement.
Law enforcement authorities revealed an identity theft crime ring stole the information of more than 1,200 Comcast customers, The Associated Press reported.
Hackers potentially backed by the Russian government infiltrated U.S. public sector computers and caused a data breach of President Barack Obama's emails in October 2014, ABC News reported.
While enterprises believe their mobile security procedures are well thought-out, they may underestimate the threat of dead apps to their systems, Infosecurity Magazine reported.
After data breaches, companies may think the worse is over. However, one security company is alerting businesses that cyberthieves may hit compromised systems again, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Two taxpayers affected by identity theft filed a class-action lawsuit against Intuit, which oversees tax software TurboTax, The Washington Post reported.
The No. 1 priority for accounting professionals was having proper IT security technology to manage data protection and privacy, according to the American Institute of CPAs.
An estimated 9,000 people may have their information exposed after an outsider accessed personal information at SRI Incorporated's website without permission, SC Magazine reported.
Wikileaks has published a searchable database of every Sony Pictures email and document stolen by hackers last year.