A computer chip flaw affects nearly every device made since 1995.
The U.S. government issued an alert about persistent cyberthreats that have been threatening utilities since at least May.
Richard Smith, who is now retired, outlined how the company handled the breach in congressional testimony.
For nearly two weeks, Equifax reps directed security breach victims to a fake website with a URL similar to the real one's.
The Apache Software Foundation says it told Equifax it had vulnerabilities in March.
The Department of Homeland Security sent out a directive telling agencies to start a process to remove Kaspersky products from their systems.
Kaspersky Lab has also been blacklisted by U.S. government agencies over its alleged ties to the Russian government.
Hackers have set their sights on critical U.S. infrastructure, including nuclear power plants.
The program expands the use of classified military mobile devices to tablets.
When embarking on a summer vacation, follow these steps to make sure cybercriminals can’t gain access to your personal information.
Remember to keep patches up to date and always be wary of email attachments.
Sensitive data on 198 million registered voters was stored on an unsecured server until a security researcher happened upon it.