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Not all cyberattacks are created equal: What researchers learned from 103 'extreme' events

by Tim Starks

Nation-state attackers do more financial damage than one might expect, the Cyentia Institute study found.

Barnes & Noble cyber incident could expose customer shipping addresses, order history

by Shannon Vavra

Email addresses and phone numbers may be exposed as well.

Money is still the main motivating factor for hackers, Verizon report finds

by Jeff Stone

Verizon’s DBIR has emerged in the past generation as a reliable way of assessing corporate cybersecurity threats and defenses.

Financial crime outpaces espionage as top motivation for data breaches, Verizon report finds

by Jeff Stone

The figures again demonstrate how, despite an industrywide focus on technology, many breaches require human trust to be successful.

Verizon's annual data breach report is depressing reading, again

by Shaun Waterman

The takeaway from the 10th annual Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report is depressingly familiar: Of the 1,935 breaches analyzed 88 percent were accomplished using a familiar list of nine attack vectors, meaning they could probably have been prevented by a few simple cyber-hygiene measures.

Manufacturing companies got wrecked by cyber-spies last year, Verizon report says

by Chris Bing

Government-backed cyber spies were behind a majority of data breaches experienced by manufacturing companies in 2016, according to Verizon’s newly published 2017 Data Breach Investigations Report.