Homeland Security Advisor On Global Cyberattack: Patch Your SoftwareThe initial attack, known as "WannaCry," locked up more than 200,000 computers in more than 150 countries on Friday.
Intelligence Director: Non-State Actor Likely To Blame For Massive CyberattackSpeaking Tuesday at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, National Intelligence Director James Clapper said investigators are gathering a lot of data and preliminary indications are that a non-state actor is to blame.
Expert: Cyberattack Of Popular Websites 'New Wave Of Warfare'There have been reports of popular websites, including Amazon, Netflix and Spotify, being disrupted Friday across the East Coast after a key firm was hit by a cyberattack.
7 Iranians Face Charges In Cyberattacks On Banks, Westchester County DamThe Justice Department has announced charges against seven Iranians in cyberattacks on banks, and a small Westchester County dam.
Source: Charges Coming In Cyberattack On Dam In Westchester CountyThe Justice Department is preparing to announce charges in a cyberattack on a small dam in Westchester County -- a case U.S. officials have linked to Iran, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday.
Probe: Iran Responsible For 2013 Cyberattack On Westchester County DamIn 2013, hackers accessed the control system at the Bowman Avenue Dam, a small structure in Rye Brook, about 20 miles north of NYC that's used for flood control.
3 Charged In Cyberattacks Against US Finance CompaniesTwo men held in Israel and one U.S. citizen believed to be living in Moscow have been charged in the largest theft of consumer data from a U.S. financial institution in history, according to an indictment.
Suburban NY Supermarket Customers Targeted In Online Data BreachLast week, as shoppers paid for their groceries at Deciccio's family owned supermarket in Ardsley, a cyberattack was in progress.
FBI Investigating Cyberattack At Rutgers UniversityFBI agents are investigating a cyberattack that crippled Internet service at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
Hacker Who Helped Feds Gets No More Time In PrisonA computer hacker who helped the government disrupt hundreds of cyberattacks on Congress, NASA and other sensitive targets and cripple the hacktivist crew known as Anonymous will serve no more time in prison after being sentenced Tuesday to time served.