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You know your laptop or computer could be hacked but what about the monitor or your office phone. The everyday things in the workplace that are vulnerable to attack. Andrea Day has this special investigative report for us.
We have a special investigation report about how bank ATMs may be vulnerable to new high tech hacking threats. Andrea Day reports.
Millions of Capital One customers had their data accessed by a hacker but this one is unlike most others. Aditi Roy explains for us.
Capital One has issued guidelines on how to determine if your credit card account was affected by the data breach involving more than 100 million people and steps you can take to shore up security.
Capital One is dealing with what will likely be one of the most important breaches of the year.
The incident involved theft of more than 100 million customer records, 140,000 social security numbers and 80,000 linked bank details of Capital One customers, allegedly stolen by a single, experienced engineer, according to court filings in Seattle.
Capital One Financial shares fell Tuesday, a day after the disclosure of a data breach that impacted about 100 million individuals in the U.S.
Andrea Day reports on how cryptocurrency mining software could be used to hack into corporate networks.
More and more companies are using two-factor authentication to make customer accounts more secure. But as Andrea Day reports, the hackers have already found a way to bypass that security feature.
Andrea Day reports on how hackers may now be able to manipulate data that could impact a company’s stock price.
Rates of e-commerce fraud have stabilized after spiking over the past few years, according to fraud prevention company Forter.
Andrea Day reports on a how some wi-fi networks could have a vulnerability that allows hackers to access the user’s personal information.
In the wake of the Equifax breach, Andrea Day tells us that many companies have no response plan implemented in the event of a cyber attack.
Sixty percent of Black Hat conference experts believe a successful cyberattack on US infrastructure will occur in the next two years.
Carelessness and well-known security weaknesses are at the core of many large-scale hacks, Stephen Boyer says.