Weak Passwords Give Hackers The Key To Your DataPasswords are about risk management. Hackers are looking for the biggest bang for their buck, and your password can slow them down or stop them all together.
Penn State Says Cyberattacks Didn't Compromise Personal DataPenn State says a pair of cyberattacks on its computer systems compromised usernames and passwords but not personally identifiable information or research data.
Officials Discuss International Cyber Security With Local Business LeadersSecurity officials were in Pittsburgh Wednesday, meeting with local business leaders to discuss international cyber security issues.
Computer Bug Afflicts MillionsIt's called Heartbleed, and has even generated its own symbol.
Data Stolen In Target Breach Now For Sale On Black MarketThe security breach at Target was massive -- $40 million debit and credit card accounts hacked.
National Security Issue: Iran Attacking American BanksThe chairman of the House Intelligence Committee says he's 99.9 percent sure it was Iran who engaged in cyber security attacks on PNC Bank and other financial institutions.
Citing PNC, U.S. Attorney Says Pittsburgh Is Ground Zero For Cyber AttacksJoined by one of the nation's top cyber-security experts, U.S. Attorney David Hickton was blunt about the impact of the cyber threat locally.
Cyber Attack On PNC's Online Banking Slows Customer AccessBob Williams of Edgewood is one of thousands of PNC customers who enjoy the bank's online banking system -- until recently.
Cyber Attacks Slow Down PNC Bank KDKA AM's Larry and John talk to David Brumley, Cyber Security Expert at CMU, about what is causing the slow down with PNC Bank online services.
Cyber Security Experts Warn Against QR CodesChances are good you've seen bar codes on products scanned at the cash register, but how about something called a QR code, a square looking code that is becoming popular.
Anonymous Targets University Of PittsburghJust when the University of Pittsburgh community is starting to breathe again, here comes another threat. Only this time it's not a bomb threat but a cyber threat.
Congressman Tim Murphy Talks Cyber Security & Jobs