By Ashna Teresa Britto BENGALURU (Reuters) - Apple Inc is expected to inform its users in India and ninety-one other countries that they were possible victims of a “mercenary spyware” attack, an attempt to gain unlawful access to users devices, Economic

By Raphael Satter WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A freshly formed hacking gang claims to have won access to a massive stash of data stolen from UnitedHealth Group, the largest U.S. health insurer, but with little evidence to go on it is not

Recently, the British Library's computer systems were the victims of an assault orchestrated by the infamous ransomware group Rhysida. This attack resulted in numerous essential systems of the Library being inaccessible for several months, coupled with the auctioning off of 600GB

By Ananta Agarwal  (Reuters) - MGM Resorts International disclosed that state and federal regulators were probing a cyberattack on its systems that took place in September and caused a $100 million hit to the company's third-quarter results. The casino operator intends to

By Kanishka Singh (Reuters) - Canadian federal police said on Friday their systems were targeted by an "alarming" cyberattack but there was no impact on operations and no known threat to the safety of Canadians. "The situation is evolving quickly but at

By Omar Abdel-Razek and Hatem Maher CAIRO (Reuters) - Gulf Air said its data was breached on Friday but its operations and vital systems were not affected, Bahrain's news agency BNA reported on Saturday. The agency quoted the company as saying that

By Sam McKeith  SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian government on Sunday described as "serious and ongoing" a cybersecurity incident that forced ports operator DP World Australia to suspend operations at ports in several states since Friday. DP World Australia, which manages nearly

By Paritosh Bansal, Lananh Nguyen and Davide Barbuscia NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) injected capital into its U.S. unit to help pay BNY Mellon $9 billion for unsettled trades and hired a cybersecurity firm to

By Yuvraj Malik (Reuters) - Okta on Friday disclosed a breach of its customer support system that allowed some hackers to view files uploaded by certain clients, pushing the software company's shares down about 12%. "Okta security has identified adversarial activity that