The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis says that the research website is not used for communication with banks and no other websites were hacked.
A Missouri lawsuit seeking class-action status accuses three insurance agencies of failing to safeguard consumer data from hackers who recently breached health insurer Anthem Inc.’s computer networks.
Health insurer Anthem said hackers infiltrated its computer network and gained access to personal information for “tens of millions” of customers and employees, including CEO Joseph Swedish.
Washington University law professor Peter Joy says despite safeguards, no system is 100 percent fool-proof.
I’ve been pondering these days whatever happened to Missouri’s consumer protection movement.
“We consistently have new vulnerabilities popping up in our networks and consistently being closed when we find them,” David Maestas said.
The Federal Reserve says an internal website was briefly breached by hackers on Sunday.
The Public Service Commission is asking power companies to shield their electrical grids against hackers.
Springfield officials are offering 2,100 people free identity theft protection for a year after an internationally known group claimed it hacked into the city’s website.
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