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NASA Admits to Severe Security Breaches

NASA was hacked 13 times last year, resulting in major breaches of sensitive government data. Hackers working from Chinese IP addresses gained full access to NASA’s files, employee credentials and system logs. Unencrypted laptops were also stolen containing codes for controlling the International Space Station. Read the full article at Reuters.com
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Lawsuits against Sony Pictures could test employer responsibility for data breaches

Technology : Post Tech (yesterday)

The massive hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment is raising a potentially costly question for companies across the country: How much responsibility do they have for protecting the most sensitive information about their employees? For... Read Post

Chinese Hackers Infiltrate U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Technology : Shelly Palmer Digital Living (3 years ago)

A group of Chinese hackers made one of the largest computer breaches in U.S. government history, infiltrating the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The group gained access to every piece of data on its systems, including information about i... Read Post

Man Behind AT&T iPad Hack Busted for Drugs by FBI

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