Target Data Breach Cost: $148 Million
Aruba Handles Black Hat with Aplomb
Data Stolen from U.S. Health Network
9 Norton Security Products Are Now 1
Russian Hacker To Be Held Until Trial
The now infamous Target data breach is still costing the company -- and its shareholders -- plenty. In fact, the retailing giant forecast the December 2013 incident cost shareholders $148 million.
It's not an easy job. Aruba Networks' task throughout the Black Hat USA conference in Las Vegas this month was to ensure thousands of attendees could connect without malicious attacks.
One of the largest U.S. hospital groups has fallen victim to a cyberattack by Chinese hackers, who stole the personal data of 4.5 million patients. The attack likely occurred in April and June.
Symantec plans to reduce its Norton security line from nine products to one, and to simplify and streamline the ways in which users interact with its software taking more of a service approach.
A federal judge ordered the son of a prominent Russian lawmaker to remain in custody until his trial on computer hacking charges, after new evidence gave insight into the breadth of his activities.