Mathew J. Schwartz

Mathew J. Schwartz

Executive Editor, DataBreachToday & Europe

Schwartz is an award-winning journalist with two decades of experience in magazines, newspapers and electronic media. He has covered the information security and privacy sector throughout his career. Before joining Information Security Media Group in 2014, where he now serves as the executive editor, DataBreachToday and for European news coverage, Schwartz was the information security beat reporter for InformationWeek and a frequent contributor to DarkReading, among other publications. He lives in Scotland.

Ransom Demands: What Happens If Victims Pay or Don't Pay?

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 17, 2020

White House: US Firms Can Work With Huawei on 5G Standards

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 16, 2020

Claire's: Magecart E-Commerce Hackers Stole Card Data

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 15, 2020

City Pays Ransom Despite Pre-Ransomware Outbreak Hack Alert

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 12, 2020

Financial and Economic Crime Targeted by New Europol Center

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 10, 2020

Phishing Attacks Traced to Indian Commercial Espionage Firm

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 9, 2020

Should 'Killer Robots' Be Banned?

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 5, 2020

'Anonymous' Leak of Minneapolis Police Data Is a Hoax

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 3, 2020

Big GDPR Fines in UK and Ireland: What's the Holdup?

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  June 1, 2020

Top Ransomware Attack Vectors: RDP, Drive-By, Phishing

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  May 29, 2020

Ransomware Gangs' Ruthlessness Leads to Bigger Profits

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  May 28, 2020

Videoconferencing: Think Twice Before Hitting 'Record'

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  May 27, 2020

Britain Re-Evaluating Huawei's Role in 5G Rollout

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  May 26, 2020

UK Data Breach Reports Decline

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  May 25, 2020

RagnarLocker Deploys a Virtual Machine to Hide Ransomware

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  May 22, 2020

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