As the news of cyberattacks against retailers grows, companies are still calculating the financial impact of their respective data breaches.
A couple of identity thieves were caught in a half-million-dollar tax fraud scheme that preyed on Detroit-area hospital patients, The Detroit News reported.
Two top Democrats are asking 16 banks and financial services to disclose details about data breaches that have impacted consumers in the past year, Reuters reported.
Leaders of the organization responsible for payment card security are working to improve defenses for sensitive data as data breaches have increased, IDG News Service reported.
A study found Ohio residents may not be protecting themselves from identity theft by taking basic precautions such as password protection for personal devices, according to a survey by AARP.
Identity theft and bank fraud cases have increasingly appeared across the country, costing banks hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars.
A survey of executives at U.S. companies found the majority prioritize data security but only one-third said their systems were absolutely protected from cyberthreats, according to a report by IT security firm NTT Com Security.
The U.S. Postal Service confirmed reports that it experienced a major data breach of employee and customer personal information, Reuters reported.
IBM forecasts holiday shopping using mobile devices will reach record highs this year, according to the IBM Quarterly Retail Forecast.
The U.S. Postal Service announced a potential data breach that could impact over half a million USPS workers and some customers, The Wall Street Journal reported.