Security News Roundup for Jan. 5

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We've rounded up the latest security news from around the globe. Here's what's happening in the world of all things website security.


FBI bulletin: Sony hackers threaten 'news media organization'

The hackers reportedly behind the Sony hacking attack have threatened to hack unspecified media outlets, according to media reports

North Korea's Cyberattack Capabilities

Some are saying North Korea's internet outages are retaliation from the U.S. for the Sony cyber attacks, but others say their infrastructure is so fragile outages are expected.

President Obama Sanctions North Korea After Sony Cyberattack

For the first time ever, the U.S. sanctions a country for alleged internet crimes.

Sony Cyberattack, First a Nuisance, Swiftly Grew Into a Firestorm

A comprehensive, insightful look at the Sony cyber attack from the New York Times.

Data breach: Chick-fil-A customers may be at risk

The fast food franchise was linked to suspicious activity involving customers' credit cards.

Morgan Stanley Fires Young Financial Adviser After Data on 350,000 Clients Was Stolen

The wealth management firm reported the case to authorities after discovering account names, numbers and transaction data for over 900 clients on the Internet.



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