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Costa Rica President requests investigation of the Technology Department

President Rodrigo Chaves Robles ordered an investigation of the Technology Directorate of the Costa Rican Social Security Fund. Chaves also requested that those responsible...

Costa Rica’s Ministry of Finance Website Was Hacked

Conti, a group of hackers originated and based in Russia, claimed to have hacked into Costa Rica’s Ministry of Finance's websites, obtaining 1 terabyte...

McDonalds Alerts Costa Rica Customers of Data Hack

McDonalds fast food customers in Costa Rica have been alerted by the company of a data breach that accessed client private information. In the alert...

Hackers with ties to China said to breach United Airlines

The previously unreported United breach raises the possibility that the hackers now have data on the movements of millions of Americans, adding airlines to a growing list of strategic U.S. industries and institutions that have been compromised.

Obama warns North Korea over Sony hack: ‘We will respond’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday warned North Korea it would face retaliation over a cyber attack on Sony Pictures and pledged not to bow to dictators, as an envoy for Pyongyang denied involvement.

Researchers identify sophisticated Chinese cyberespionage group

In recent weeks, a research consortium has detected Axiom malicious software on at least 43,000 computers around the world belonging to law enforcement and other government agencies, journalists, telecommunication and energy firms, as well as human rights and pro-democracy groups.

San Carlos hackathon aims to boost women’s roles in technology development

An upcoming hackathon for women in San Carlos, in north-central Costa Rica, is seeking bright minds to help develop new technology applications to address social problems, and at the same time foster better training and more tech jobs for women.

Colombia’s Santos says thousands of his emails hacked

BOGOTÁ, Colombia – Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed Sunday that more than a thousand of his personal emails had been hacked, saying unknown parties were trying to slander him as he seeks another term.

Hack4Good pits programmers against real-world problems

Organizers of the Costa Rica chapter of the upcoming global event expect 50 “hackers” to build altruistic software in 48 hours.

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