Dairy Queen Confirms Data Breach
Lessons from JPMorgan Data Breach
Hackerspaces Turn Ideas into Reality
Who Are the Lizard Squad Hackers?
Dropbox Joins the Storage Price Wars
Known for its hot fries and soft-serve ice cream, Dairy Queen just made cyber history as the latest victim of a hack attack. The fast food chain said that customer data at some stores may be at risk.
JPMorgan Chase is investigating a likely cyberattack. The banking giant is cooperating with law enforcement, including the FBI, to understand what data hackers may have obtained.
Workshops known as hackerspaces are becoming part of a growing global movement that aims to dispel the myth that hackers are an ominous security threat to data and computer systems.
Are they dangerous or just obnoxious? That’s what many are wondering about the hacker group Lizard Squad, which tweeted out a bomb threat that grounded a flight with a Sony exec aboard.
In the wake of rapidly declining prices for cloud-based data storage, Dropbox is consolidating previous plans into one Pro plan, priced at $9.99 per month and offering 1 terabyte of space.