Hackers who seriously disrupted MedStar’s operations and held some data hostage did not exploit software vulnerabilities that were the subjects of warnings in 2007 and 2010, the company said.
The computer systems at a major hospital chain are closer to getting back online nearly 48 hours after hackers crippled its network.
Hackers crippled computer systems Monday at a major hospital chain, MedStar Health Inc., forcing records systems offline for thousands of patients and doctors.
The Department of Homeland Security says that cyber attacks against emergency response services are on the rise.
The hacking of health care records is soaring. Security experts offer tips on how to protect your health records and credit card information from hackers.
Data Doctor’s Ken Colburn shares how hackers bypass security walls and hack passwords.
While it’s true that nothing on the Internet is un-hackable, the real concern is: “Will my data be a target?”
By Paula Cohen, CBS News WASHINGTON — As warplanes pound ISIS targets and U.S. special forces ramp up operations in Syria, the war against the terrorist group may be unfolding on another far more unconventional…
WASHINGTON — Hackers ruin everything; now, they’re even spiking some people’s chances of landing a job. “Everybody in H.R. (Human Resources) has been told, ‘Do not open file attachment resumes,’ because that’s what the hackers are using to…
WASHINGTON — When you think of hack attacks, you probably picture cybercriminals stealing your money, or your personal information, which could lead to the loss of your money as well. But hackers increasingly have a…
UPDATE — Tuesday — 6/16/2015, 9:00 a.m. EDT DC’s Department of Transportation has provided comment on the following story, and disputes some of the claims made by Cesar Cerrudo. Read a new story, containing DDOT’s…
With all the recent breaches at major retailers, some might wonder if shopping online is actually safer than in brick and mortar stores.
It seems like a weekly occurrence — major stores have a data breach. Data Doctors\’ Ken Colburn explains why big retailers are being targeted.
Photos that allegedly capture nude celebrities – including Jennifer Lawrence and Selena Gomez — were leaked Sunday night, leaving many to question their online security.
A local cat named Coco has demonstrated how it\’s possible for a house pet to stealthily map out neighbors\’ Wi-Fi networks.