This week Saint Louis University officials sent out notification letters regarding a data security breach that compromised the health information of 3,000 SLU employees and patients.
The suburban St. Louis-based supermarket chain Schnuck Markets Inc. wants a federal court to dismiss two lawsuits related to a security breach of customer credit and debit cards.
St. Louis Classical Guitar Society president William Ash tells KMOX they learned of the security breach in late April.
Bank of America recently sent out alerts saying they disabled area cards out of fear that information may have gotten into the wrong hands.
Schnucks has been hit with its first class-action lawsuit accusing the grocery store chain of not warning customers about a security breach.
Twitter Security Engineer Charlie Miller says all it takes is one hacker to get into a database once to send vital information to criminals.
The Federal Reserve says an internal website was briefly breached by hackers on Sunday.
An airport spokesman says the TSA stopped screening passengers at about 10 this morning.
Thousands of students’ Social Security numbers might have been compromised.