Matthew Keys, Reuters' social media editor, was fired today following an indictment that accuses Keys of helping hackers access his former employer's severs.
Bitcoins are a hot commodity now, but are your Bitcoins actually safe? The Bitcoin wallet company Instawallet has suspended its service "indefinitely" after being hacked.
Microsoft revealed today that a number of its Xbox Live accounts were hacked. According to the company, the hackers were able to gain access by using a number of social engineering tactics.
Big data is going to be the difference between us getting in front of attacks and getting bogged down trying to find our attackers, according to RSA's Arthur Coviello.
BoingBoing co-editor Cory Doctorow remembers Internet activist Aaron Swartz, and talks about how freedom isn't built in to the technologies we use.
Montana TV station KRTV reported Monday that it was hacked and broadcast a hilarious and terrifying alert about the impending zombie apocalypse.
Hackers have successfully cracked the 3DS. What does this mean for small game developers?
From game violence to sex chat, game companies got into hot water in 2012.
After a hacker published around 300,000 Verizon customers' information, the telecommunications company is saying there was no hack.
Guest Post Looking at the latest DDoS attack statistics from CloudFlare's network, it seems that hackers love the holidays.
A group of hackers is claiming responsibility for a bug that's infecting almost 9,000 Tumblr user accounts, according to he group's official Twitter account.
An Egyptian hacker claims to have broken into Adobe's systems today, posting data for 150,000 people's accounts. The reason? The hacker wants Adobe to pay more attention to reported vulnerabilities.
It seems that Kim Dotcom is already having problems with the next version of his Megaupload site, Me.ga.
If you looked at a graph of denial of service attacks, you'd likely see a hockey stick of growth in 2011, according to research by DDOS-protection company Prolexic.
Hackers compromised credit card readers at 63 Barnes & Noble stores, according to the company. The bookseller is urging customers to check their bank statements for fraudulent activity and to change their ATM pins.
Here's more proof that even low-profile organizations are at risk. A Northwest Florida university revealed yesterday that the school's servers were hacked, revealing personally identifiable information for up to 300,000 students and employees, already resulting in identity theft.
Cybercriminals hacked into computers of the White House Military Office, the White House told Politico today. The breach is said to come from attackers in China.
You know what a $5 foot-long is, but have you ever heard of a $10 million foot-long? Two Romanian hackers admitted today to stealing $10 million from hacking into Subway sandwich chain point of sale systems.
Aiming to draw attention to alleged FBI surveillance programs, hackers have leaked one million Apple Unique Device Identifiers.
Twenty-year-old Raynaldo Rivera may spend the next 15 years of his life in jail if he is found guilty of hacking into Sony Pictures. The FBI arrested the alleged LulzSec hacker in Arizona yesterday.