The crowdsourced question-and-answer site said 100 million users were affected.
'Unauthorized access' to the database may have compromised the personal information of hundreds of millions of people who stayed at Starwood hotels.
The SEC finds that internal accounting controls failed to prevent nine public companies from losing money to business email fraud.
The Imperva deal caps a recent string of cybersecurity acquisitions by the private equity firm.
The SEC, IRS, and FDIC were among the agencies cited for not adequately addressing security vulnerabilities.
About one in eight companies polled by Deloitte are waiting to see how regulators enforce GDPR before putting much effort into compliance.
The strain of ransomware that was reportedly used in the attack on LabCorp can "effectively lock down a computer, encrypting all the files inside."
As a result of the deal, the software company, maker of Quickbooks, will incur an operating loss of as much as $85 million.
A consent order with eight states addresses the software patch management failures that led to the massive data breach in May 2017.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and Wall Street now has access to tools that quantify a company’s security posture.