Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
Park plans to move to Silicon Valley, where he will help recruit tech talent for government jobs.
Advanced data analytics can help the Agriculture Department detect fraud early -- and even stop it from happening.
Achieves provisional authority to operate under DOD’s cloud security model at impact levels 3-5.
This is an interesting slice of the App Store, as it highlights active usage, not just one-time downloads or recent popularity.
You may change your mind about that trip to the petting zoo.
Upgraded network aims to automate cyber defense.
These beacons send unique Bluetooth radio pulses, which a mobile device can recognize.
Will Court Move Clear the Way to Mass Government Hacking?
A single warrant could authorize federal officials to inject malware into hundreds ...
UPS Discloses Breach at 51 Stores
The Department of Homeland Security said a type of malicious software known as 'Backoff' is likely to ...
Agencies Get New Guidelines for OK’ing Apps
The new guide is aimed at preventing staff from both oversharing and inadvertently welcoming in ...
Pro-Palestinian Hackers Deface Delaware State Treasury Site
Hactivists defaced the site with messages including: ‘Hacking sites will not ...
Is There Ebola on That Smartphone?
Swabbing an iPad with alcohol could erase data as well as germs.
Chinese Hackers Targeted MH 370 Investigation and Appear to Have Stolen Classified Documents
The hackers targeted the computers of ...
Researchers Say You Can Surveil Everyone and See Only the Criminals
This potential solution uses “privacy-preserving” algorithms.
Pakistan Railway Site Breached by Indian Hacktivists
The infiltration purportedly was payback for graffiti on India’s websites.
Australian Official’s Cellphone Tapped during Fight over Access to MH17 Zone
Unidentified nation hacked Foreign Affairs Minister Bishop’s ...
German Intelligence Tapped Clinton and Kerry Calls
The German intelligence agency said that it did not intend to capture the calls.