Global package delivery company FedEx says it has secured some of the customer identification records that were left on an unsecured AWS S3 bucket, and so far has found no evidence that private data was "misappropriated."
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Canberra has joined the US and British governments in blaming Russia for the NotPetya ransomware wave.
Hackers stole more than 1 billion roubles (US$17 million) from Russian banks using the Cobalt Strike security-testing tool in 2017, a central bank official has revealed.
IBM has sued its former executive Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, who was named Microsoft new chief diversity officer over the weekend, alleging violation of a one-year non-competitive agreement.
Some firms using computers to trade at ultra-fast speeds are not applying safeguards required to avert market meltdowns, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.
Uber will pay US$245 million worth of its own shares to Alphabet's Waymo self-driving vehicle unit to settle a legal dispute over trade secrets, allowing Uber's chief executive to move past one of the company's most bruising public controversies.
If you want a quick boost to your company's share price, adding "blockchain" to your name will work – at least for a while.
Chipmaker Qualcomm’s board has unanimously rejected Broadcom's revised US$121 billion buyout offer.
Two Republican Senators introduced legislation on Wednesday that would block the U.S. government from buying or leasing telecommunications equipment from Huawei or ZTE citing concern the Chinese companies would use their access to spy on U.S. officials.
Uber was either a cheating competitor willing to break the law to win the race to develop self-driving cars, or the victim of an unproven conspiracy theory stitched together by its main rival, Waymo, jurors heard this week in opening statements of a US trade secrets trial.
Telstra says it will write down to zero the value of its U.S. video platform Ooyala.
Facebook has revealed that time spent on the social network fell at the end of last year by about 50 million hours a day, even before the company made changes to its flagship News Feed that may further reduce user engagement.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has ordered a review of security protocols, officials say, after fitness tracking devices broadcast patterns of movement at military facilities around the world, including in war zones.
Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck said on Sunday it would return about 46.3 billion yen (US$425 million) of the virtual money it lost to hackers two days ago in one of the biggest-ever thefts of digital money.
President Donald Trump's national security team is looking at options to counter China that include the U.S. government building a super-fast 5G wireless network, a senior administration official has said.