Austria's FACC AG, an aircraft parts supplier to both Boeing and Airbus, reports losing $54 million to cyber criminals. Early indications suggest the loss occurred through socially engineered fraudulent wire transfers.
The current wave of cyber attacks against Ukrainian power distribution systems still seems unconnected with December's rolling blackouts.
Malwarebytes fingered a Symantec partner, Silurian Tech Support, as the perpetrator of a tech support scam that spoofed Symantec warnings to push services on its victims. Symantec promptly moved to terminate its relationship with Silurian.
US voter databases still circulate on the Dark Web, apparently stolen from campaign consulting firms.
US-EU Safe Harbor arrangements will almost certainly expire before a new modus vivendi can be reached. Companies look closely at how expiration will affect compliance and risk management.
NATO leaders, notably US Defense Secretary Carter, say they're working harder at counter-ISIS information operations, but also acknowledge that they're playing catch-up in the struggle for disaffected hearts and minds.
US NSA Director Rogers says, "encryption is here to stay," apparently staking out a position in contrast to that of crypto-skeptical FBI Director Comey.
Igor Dubovoy pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a US Federal court. Prosecutors describe insider stock-trading that hacked corporate networks for early copies of press releases.
"Find-my-phone" apps steer people to an innocent address in Atlanta, and no one seems to know why.
Analysts look at FireEye's prospects and wonder how it with weather challenges from rival Palo Alto, especially given Palo Alto collaboration with Proofpoint.