If Yahoo won’t take security seriously, then it deserves to die

Yahoo has been in the news quite a bit recently, and aside from the announcement of its sale to Verizon, that news has mostly been negative. That’s because Yahoo recently revealed that it was the victim of a major security breach. Again. This time around, whoever beat Yahoo’s security made off with the login credentials ...

Amid evolving cyber risks, Aon introduces first-of-its-kind enterprise-wide cyber solution for all industries

LONDON, Sept. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — As cyber risk continues to evolve beyond threats to personally identifiable information, Aon Risk Solutions , the global risk management business of Aon plc (NYSE: … Full story

Reynolds Group Holdings Limited Announces Upsizing of its New Incremental Term Loans under Senior Secured Credit …

Reynolds Group Holdings Limited today announced that it is seeking to increase by $850 million, to a total of $1.35 billion, the aggregate principal amount of additional senior secured term loans to be incurred under its existing Senior Secured Credit Facility . Full story

Yahoo CEO questioned by senators over timeline of data breach

Senate Democrats on Tuesday asked Yahoo for answers about its handling of the recently revealed data breach that resulted in more than 500 million accounts being compromised by hackers. In a letter addressed to CEO Marissa Mayer, six lawmakers led by Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont said they were “disturbed” … Full story

More state election databases hacked than previously thought

Total of about 10 states have had their systems probed or breached by hackers, similar to what happened in Arizona and Illinois, sources tell CBS News Full story

Lawmakers Slam Yahoo Over Delay In Disclosing Data Breach

The two-year lag between Yahoo’s data breach and the company’s disclosure of the hack is “unacceptable,” six Democratic lawmakers say in a letter to CEO Marissa Mayer. Full story

Yahoo Hack: Senators Call on CEO Marissa Mayer to Explain Why It Took Two Years to Report Massive Breach

Six Democratic U.S. senators sent a letter to Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer asking for more details on the hack in which data on more than 500 million user accounts was stolen and saying it was “unacceptable” that it took the internet company the two years to report the attack. In the Sept. 27 letter, Sens. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and four… ...

Does Donald Trump Hate Fat People? 5 Times The GOP Candidate Body Shamed Women, Including Angelina Jolie And Rose O …

There was little new information uncovered in the presidential debate Monday night between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but one topic once again reared its head: Trump’s perceived antipathy for overweight people. Full story

Firefox ready to block certificate authority that threatened Web security

Mozilla says it has lost confidence in WoSign’s ability to protect HTTPS system. Full story

Brown's signing tsunami: A rundown of bills the governor has made law this week

California Governor Jerry Brown has finished signing or vetoing a slew of legislation that’s been passed by the state Senate and Assembly. Any item unsigned will automatically become law. The fate of bills that have been vetoed will be decided by lawmakers. Full story