X-rays, MRI and CT scan images of 24 million patients worldwide can be viewed by anyone with internet access.
TurboTax locked many users out of their accounts last week after crooks broke into the accounts using stolen passwords.
The Yahoo data breach may be the biggest, but you've probably never heard of other data breaches that were smaller, but worse.
Freezing your credit is now free, thanks to a new federal law. Here's why you should take advantage of this opportunity.
A bug on the LifeLock website let you look up email addresses of any of its subscribers with a few trivial number substitutions.
It takes less than an hour online to gather enough public information to steal a person's identity. Here's what not to do online.
Leading identity-protection services don't offer two-factor authentication, which would greatly help customers protect their personal data.
At CES 2018, McAfee unveiled its own identity-protection service as well as a partnership with D-Link to protect a smart home.
Verizon said that Yahoo's 2013 data breach involved not 1 billion user accounts, but 3 billion -- every single Yahoo account at the time.
AllClear ID Pro is the least expensive of the identity-theft-protection services we reviewed. It also offers the least amount of protection.
Professional-contact information for 1.5 million individuals employed by Verizon business customers has been stolen and put for sale online.
Fast-food retailer Wendy's cites 'unusual activity' on payment cards used at its restaurants; numbers of cards affected not yet known.
LifeLock claims that 'detection alone simply isn't enough,' but it must pay $100 million for deceptive ads and not protecting consumer data.
Account data of 4 million parents and 200,000 kids was stolen from child-tech maker VTech. Here's what to do if you have a VTech account.
Excellus Blue Cross/Blue Shield disclosed that it had been hit by a malicious data breach that affected about 10 million customers.
Someone's been writing articles and looking for jobs in my name, but there's no easy way to stop the culprit.
Scammers are using fear of the Heartbleed Internet-security flaw to try to con people out of their own identities.
Roughly 360 million stolen login credentials are currently available in cybercrime bazaars, a security firm says.
Target disclosed 70 million more people were hit by last fall's data breach, which initially affected 40 million credit and debit cards.
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