Duck now: We're already knee-deep in data breaches, and this year also brings the imminent demise of Windows XP support and the certain rise of mobile malware.
The attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee that his agency is investigating who's behind the data breach that compromised as many as 110 million cards and personal records.
The retailer's CIO says that the company exceeded security recommendations for handling card data.
Researchers from Symantec found a Windows Trojan program that uses ADBto install online banking malware on Android devices
Kaspersky Lab is seeing the rise of malware targeting systems used for online banking.
An increasing number of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are coming from mobile devices, according to Prolexic Technologies.
The data was quietly moved around on Target's network before it was sent to a US server, then to Russia.
Microsoft said the decision will assist customers with their migrations away from Windows XP.
It sounds like the plot of a summer blockbuster, but the New York Times reports that the National Security Agency can actively nab data and install malware on non-networked computers.
Researchers from security firm Malwarebytes spotted a tech support scam targeting smartphone and tablet users, while the Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about scams offering tech support refunds.