What happens when a company goes belly up with your kids’ data?

When a company goes bankrupt, you could lose money—and your private information.   Jenna’s husband works in pipeline construction, and it keeps him away from home for months at a time….

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New email ‘attack’ in Ukraine: false flag or new predator?

The new wave of tainted e-mail messages to Ukraine power companies brings up new questions in the power hack investigation. If you work at a power company in Ukraine, you…

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Smart home glitch leaves people cold—and confused

This is a prime example of how things can and will go wrong with your smart home, experts say. On a frosty winter night, a chill fell over homes across America….

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Why cyber crooks often walk free

Finding the smoking gun in a cybercrime investigation is not an easy task, experts say, and sending the culprit to jail is a rarity. It sounds like a classic case…

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Casino company rolls dice on first-of-its-kind data breach case

Did hackers outsmart cyber investigators hired to fix a data breach involving customer credit card numbers, or did the investigators do a lousy job? A visit to the Silver Sevens casino in Las…

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New attack on Ukraine airport? Not so fast

Reports point to a new attack on Ukraine’s largest airport, but cybersecurity experts say there is more to the story. It is the capital city’s main airport, moving most of…

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