Video Roundup: New in data breaches

Data breaches can happen anywhere -- from a New York airport to even your living room smart TV.

Revealed: New York airport's wave of security lapses

Revealed: New York airport's wave of security lapses TSA documents reveal how a New York airport's security screeners failed to check names against the government's "no-fly" list.

US and UK intelligence allegedly hacked smart TVs for surveillance purposes

US and UK intelligence allegedly used smart TVs for surveillance purposes The malware, developed during a hackathon between British and American spies, turns ordinary smart TVs into listening devices.

Easily hacked IoT devices can turn a university's network against itself

Easily hacked IoT devices can turn a university's network against itself A university found its own network turned against it -- as refrigerators and lights overwhelmed it with searches for seafood.

Major US cities are plagued by millions of exposed IoT devices

Major US cities are plagued by millions of exposed IoT devices Webcams, medical devices, routers, and databases are only some of the devices on show.

New malware uses browser to destroy European hard drives

New malware uses browser to destroy European hard drives The new wiper malware is joining Shamoon in attacks against the Middle East and Europe.

What you need to know about the Yahoo breach

What you need to know about the Yahoo breach Investigations into the hack that dates back to 2014 suggest compromised accounts could number 1 billion.