The fine relates to a data breach incident from 2019 that affected more than 100 million people
A Kazakh man was tagged for the 'invisible god' incident responsible for the data hacking of three cybersecurity firms.
Nintendo Swift is once again in the limelight after 300,000 accounts have been reportedly hacked into.
The changes come days after CEO Eric Yuan issued an apology for the series of incidents.
The president admitted that there could be Chinese spies in the country and that China has been “listening to us”.
It appears that even if users have already canceled their subscriptions on various apps like Netflix, hackers can access their data and reactivate it without their knowledge.
Food delivery company DoorDash has confirmed that it suffered a data breach and hackers stole information on 4.9 million customers, delivery workers, and merchants.
North Korea is allegedly looking at launching its own cryptocurrency, similar to bitcoin.
The North Korean government on Sunday called a UN report on its alleged state-backed cyberattacks "a fabrication."
Seattle-based hacker Paige Thompson admitted to hacking Capital One and posting personal information of customers on open-source platform Github.
A hacking operation likely backed by the Chinese government has targeted global telecommunications companies in order to gain information on high-profile targets.
The breach has raised alarms in Washington, with several lawmakers in Congress calling for a restriction on the government's recent expansion of data collection and surveillance powers.
Evite confirmed that the breach occurred in February and involved cybercriminals accessing a file that contained user records dating back to 2013.
Hackers could soon roll out new technology that could gleam your password and pin codes just by listening.
Baltimore is still working to recover after a May 7 hack crippled civic duties and payments in the city, such as real estate purchases and government emails.
Wolter Kluwer's cloud accounting software is used by major US accounting firms, Fortune 500 companies, and banks.
A mysterious entity has leaked information on the dark web and Telegram channels, exposing the inner workings of two Iranian cyberespionage groups.
China is using the United States' own cyberwarfare weapons against it.
The servers of the Wall Street Market were reportedly seized by Europol and the US law enforcement agencies after its administrators made away with over $14 million worth of cryptocurrencies.
The data was stored in an Elasticsearch database without any password protection, which allowed anyone to access it.
A shadowy hacker, going by the pseudonyms Volodya or BuggiCorp, was found selling Windows zero-day vulnerabilities to APT groups like the Fancy Bear, SandCat, and others.
Earlier in April, cybercriminals hacked into Microsoft Outlook emails. The hackers reportedly also stole from victims' cryptocurrency accounts.
Hackers may have stolen customers' names, dates of birth, email addresses, billing/shipping addresses, phone numbers, order histories, and more.
European embassies in Nepal, Kenya, Guyana, Italy, Lebanon, Liberia and Bermuda were targeted by the attackers.
Russia continues to practice its skills at spoofing or jamming non-Russian GNSS signals.