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  • Senate Pivots to Cyberattack Bill, But Hurdles Loom - Wall Street Journal

    Wall Street JournalSenate Pivots to Cyberattack Bill, But Hurdles LoomWall Street JournalWASHINGTON—It was expected to be one of the few bills to move through Congress this year: legislation that encouraged the federal government and private businesses to work more closely to prevent cyberattacks. But a series of setbacks, and a ...and more »...

  • Attorney: Dakota Dunes clinic cyber attack affects data for more than 13000 ... - Sioux City Journal

    Attorney: Dakota Dunes clinic cyber attack affects data for more than 13000 ...Sioux City JournalDAKOTA DUNES | Siouxland Pain Clinic sent letters Friday to more than 13,000 patients that their medical and other personal information may have been exposed in a hacking attack, a lawyer for the clinic said Monday. “We never did prove that any ...and more »...

  • Cyber-attack targets Donald Trump corporate network, Gawker.com posts old ... - Newser

    Wall Street JournalCyber-attack targets Donald Trump corporate network, Gawker.com posts old ...NewserDES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's corporate website was the target of a cyberattack Monday, the same day a celebrity gossip website published an old mobile telephone number for the billionaire businessman.Cyberattack targets Donald Trump's company web site as Gawker posts previous ...Observer NewsGOP hopefuls take on illegal immigration in debat...

  • Kim Komando: A big cyberattack is coming, prepare now - Pensacola News Journal

    Pensacola News JournalKim Komando: A big cyberattack is coming, prepare nowPensacola News JournalThere's a cyberattack coming, and it's going to be a big one. Whether it's an attack on the power grid, air traffic control, the stock market, a weakness we haven't found yet, or all of the above, you can count on serious confusion and chaos to result ......

  • Military still dealing with cyberattack 'mess' - KGNS.tv

    Military still dealing with cyberattack 'mess'KGNS.tvWASHINGTON, DC (CNN) - A key military email system remains offline, one week after a cyberattack that one Defense Department official described as "serious." "What a mess," another Defense official added. For nearly a week, some 4,000 key military and ......

  • Jeep Cyberattack: Why Cars Are Much Bigger Security Risks Than Mobile Devices - Xconomy

    Jeep Cyberattack: Why Cars Are Much Bigger Security Risks Than Mobile DevicesXconomyBack in early 2012, cybersecurity researcher Cameron Camp wrote a blogpost under the heading, “Could your next new car be hacked (should you be scared)?” Camp identified significant potential dangers as automakers moved beyond the simpler ...and more »...



  • Southeastern Minnesota site among Chinese hacking victims - Post-Bulletin

    Post-BulletinSoutheastern Minnesota site among Chinese hacking victimsPost-BulletinThis secret NSA map of over 600 successful hacking incidents by Chinese hackers was obtained by NBC News. A dot can clearly be seen in the southeast Minnesota region, roughly around where Winona is located. But the map did not come with a list of ...and more »...

  • IT worker gets 10 years for hacking military email - Washington Times

    Washington TimesIT worker gets 10 years for hacking military emailWashington TimesA Florida man contracted to perform IT work for the Pentagon has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to crimes connected to the hacking of a military email account and theft of sensitive files. U.S. District Judge Kenneth Marra ...and more »...

  • Hacking Team Leaks Confirm What Arab Privacy Advocates Already Knew - EFF

    EFFHacking Team Leaks Confirm What Arab Privacy Advocates Already KnewEFFThis summer's Hacking Team leaks confirmed the extent to which the spyware industry has spiraled out of control. Often signed by the company's CEO with fascist-era slogans, emails between the company and its government purchasers show that the ...Hacking Team leaks: We're not out of the woods yetMalay Mail Onlineall 3 news articles »...

  • Survey exposes consumer fears about car hacking - CNET

    CNETSurvey exposes consumer fears about car hackingCNETIn the wake of two high-profile car hacking reports, a new Kelley Blue Book survey suggests consumers are increasingly concerned about automotive cybersecurity, and those concerns could influence new purchases.Jeep hacking raises fears over vehicle vulnerabilitiesTechSpotMost consumers are worried their cars might be hacked; many say they'd pay for ...Bob Sullivan.netWhat Happens When The Connected Car Gets Hacked?ForbesNewsdayall 14 ne...

  • Millions of Americans Use Medical Devices That May Be Vulnerable to Hacking - KQED

    KQEDMillions of Americans Use Medical Devices That May Be Vulnerable to HackingKQEDIf you are a fan of the Showtime television series Homeland, you may remember an episode where assassins killed the vice president by hacking into his pacemaker and disabling it. This episode wasn't just Hollywood making up stuff. Former Vice President ......

  • Citing hacking risk, FDA says Hospira pump shouldn't be used - CNBC

    CNBCCiting hacking risk, FDA says Hospira pump shouldn't be usedCNBCThe federal government says health care facilities should stop using Hospira's Symbiq medication infusion pump because of its vulnerability to hacking. The Food and Drug Administration said Friday it's the first time it has warned caregivers to stop ...Hospira, Inc. (NYSE:HSP) Manufactured “Symbiq” Brand Open To Hacking – FDASentinel RepublicFeds warn life-saving pumps could be hackedWashington Examinerall 4...