Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card information exposed by a computer virus found on systems at 51 stores in 24 states.
Travel in your car can be tracked in unexpected ways, including your GPS system, insurance-company systems, your cellphone and automated tolls.
The Obama administration won't publicly disclose federal records that could shed light on the security of the government's health care website.
Grocery chain Supervalu, which operates Cub Foods, Shop 'n Save and others, says it may have suffered a data breach at stores in as many as five states.
Consumers will soon have the ability to turn their credit and debit cards on and off through a smartphone app, which will help prevent card fraud.
The data breach involves 163,000 students, alumni, faculty, staff and applicants of Butler University, going back to 1983.
A new study finds that 18% of consumers have either lost an item with sensitive information, or had it stolen, while traveling. Don't become one of them.
Summer is the perfect time of year to kick back and relax, but don't let that leisurely attitude extend to your family's finances.
Visa's key provisions for consumer protection include flat monthly fees, balances covered by insurance, fraud protection and decreased liability.
American Express discovered the breach March 25 when authorities told it that files with customer info online. It started telling customers in May.
Cialis maker Eli Lilly has struck a licensing deal allowing French drugmaker Sanofi to sell a nonprescription version of the pill in major markets.
The government proposes new rules that would allow consumers to see the total cost of making airline reservations online, including all fees and taxes.
Perhaps the Walmart cashier should have gotten suspicious as they causally swiped a stack of credit cards, watching one after another get rejected. But no.
A fast-spreading scheme aims to steal users' Gmail passwords, and it appears to be able to get past most computer security systems.
Too many identity theft horror stories feature young people making their first forays into credit and discovering heaps of bed debt in their names.
Target says Chairman, President and CEO Gregg Steinhafel is out nearly five months after the retailer disclosed a massive credit card data breach.
Target says it will enable its branded credit and debit card to include the new chip-and-PIN technology, but don't expect other retailers to follow suit.
Microsoft is warning that a newly discovered flaw could allow cyberhackers to have complete access to users' computer files.