The theft of $81 million from a Bangladesh bank is just one of many recent incidents, Reuters reports.
After a yearlong investigation, the European Union claims that Google pressures phone makers to preinstall Chrome and its search engine in exchange for Play store access.
Financial sector reportedly saw patterns of fraudulent card use that pointed toward the luxury hotel chain owned by the Republican presidential candidate.
The settlement with New York concludes a probe into a breach that exposed data of 50,000 drivers and the use of a "god view" rider-tracking system.
Security researchers find a hacker bragging online that he'd amassed a mountain of passwords. And he didn't want much in return for them.
Hacks of Sony, Target, Home Depot and major health insurers have made it more expensive to cope with data theft, Reuters reports.
The Californian tech giant's senior vice president of worldwide marketing said that Apple will be providing official Xcode software to Chinese developers to avoid another security breach of its App Store.
Hack of Excellus is the latest in a string of attacks that, experts say, show records are more valuable than credit card numbers on the black market.
Hackers claiming a moralistic purpose have a long tradition on the Internet, but they're causing much more damage than ever before.
No longer focused on stealing credit card numbers alone, hackers are flexing seriously dangerous muscle, security experts say.