Equifax Reportedly Hacked Again, This Time With Fake Pop UpsAn independent security analyst claims that the company's website was compromised for several hours on October 11
Hackers Have Successfully Hidden Malware In Popular PC Cleanup ToolSecurity experts say the Trojan horse-style attack hackers launched affected over two million CCleaner customers who downloaded the product in August.
Senate Votes to Limit Internet PrivacyA Senate vote could affect what internet providers could do with your browsing habits - without your permission.
US Official: Hackers Targeted Election Systems Of 20 StatesTwo of the attempted hacks involved efforts to mine data from the Arizona and Illinois voter registration systems.
Man Gets 18 Months for Hacking Missouri Police Union WebsiteThirty-three-year-old Justin Payne was sentenced Monday in St. Louis.
Missouri Auditor Investigates School's Cyber SecurityThe state's auditor says in the past 10 years more than 250 schools have had a data breach or compromise, several of those in Missouri.
Hackers Breach St. Louis Federal Reserve Research WebsiteThe Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis says that the research website is not used for communication with banks and no other websites were hacked.
Anthem Subsidiaries Face Missouri Lawsuit Over Data BreachA 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.
Hackers Access Records for Millions of Anthem CustomersHealth 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.
Safeguards in Place to Protect Identity of Jurors in Ferguson CaseWashington University law professor Peter Joy says despite safeguards, no system is 100 percent fool-proof.
Capitol Perspectives: The Dimming Light of Missouri's Consumer MovementI've been pondering these days whatever happened to Missouri's consumer protection movement.
Security Expert Believes We're Out Gunned in Cyberspace"We consistently have new vulnerabilities popping up in our networks and consistently being closed when we find them," David Maestas said.