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Stephen Boyer explains why we need national data breach reporting standards which include clear definitions of breach and security incident and require the disclosure of all incidents that impact...

Target's disclosure that credentials stolen from a vendor were used to break into its network and steal 40 million credit- and debit-card numbers highlights the fact that a company's security is only...

BitSight research included in daily SANS ISC StormCast for Friday, January 24, 2014.

Malware linked to fraud in the retail sector may be a bigger problem than even the recent revelation about the compromise of systems US retailer Target suggests.

BitSight data shows that Target and Neiman Marcus are not the worst performers in the retail industry, suggesting that this is just the tip of the iceberg for retailers.

Learn why CNBC Squawk Box calls BitSight a "Squawk Breakthrough" for our security rating technology. (Video)

A co-founder of BitSight, a cyber security firm that tracks malware told NPR he expects the scams, resulting from both the Target and Neiman Marcus data breaches, to be "especially well-crafted."

Stephen Boyer of BitSight explains why the Target breach is not an isolated incident in the retail industry.

The retailing giant Target is doing what it can to limit the damage from a massive data breach. But there are signs that other hackers are trying to take advantage of the original data theft with...

Credit unions need to adjust how they communicate with members and work with them on card fraud issues, say cyber security experts who expect the number of data breaches to increase. (Registration...

Bitsight said 40 per cent of the Fortune 200 retailers, excluding supermarkets, had a worse score than Target on its index. In the six weeks from the beginning of November, it found over a thousand...

Confessing to a cyber attack used to be an eerily quiet business. Shares could shrug and sales remain steady when confidential customer data or vital intellectual property was lost, as confused...

The massive security breach that hit Target over the holidays may be only the beginning for the retail industry.

The attacks on both Target and Neiman Marcus highlight the growing vulnerabilities in attacks on computer systems by determined and focused hackers.

The market for cloud security tools is expected to grow significantly in the coming year. Here are 10 cloud security startups that could help boost cloud adoption in 2014 and beyond.

BitSight Technologies CTO Stephen Boyer on the risks of further cyber attacks in the retail sector. (Video)

Hackers may get billions of dollars from hacking Target and such a pay day could lure other hackers to the retail sector.

The other shoe is dropping: Neiman Marcus now has followed Target's disclosure of a data breach, and security experts say other retailers also have been hit...