News and Articles About Cyber Security
'We're hiring,' the company says of its new security outfit, which will work to maintain cybersecurity across the Internet going beyond Google's own workings on the web.
Take these 12 steps to avoid an undesired visitor to your company's information or personal data.
IT professionals need to effectively communicate the real risks of data breaches to leaders.
Two-factor authentication would make online transactions more secure, but there are issues on both the consumer and business sides.
Control where your company emails go, how long they're seen and retrieve them when necessary -- even after you hit send.
Magnetic strip credit cards will soon be extinct in the U.S. Here's the technology that will replace them and what you need to know about it.
The world's biggest online marketplace has been hacked. Those weird warning messages weren't a false alarm.
Misconceptions abound about the new internet-based storage. Find out what you need to know before setting up a system in the sky.
Securing your data is just one tech problem small businesses can afford to solve in the cloud but largely unfounded security worries keep many companies from taking the leap.
Proactively addressing staff departures lets a company minimize the risk from unwanted disclosures.
Adoption of better safeguards in the physical world will drive criminals to electronic theft, argues payments validation entrepreneur.
While the 'Heartbleed' bug is causing pandemonium in the online world, individuals need to stay calm and protect their personal information.
With the versatility offered by mobile devices comes the risk of cyber theft. Here are five strategies for employers to reduce their exposure.
Aiming to clamp down on cyber bullying, the South Korean government will introduce a service that notifies parents if their children receive a text containing foul language.
With Twitter, Google and other big-name companies under attack, no one is safe. Here is how to prevent your domain (and website) from getting hijacked.
If you are e-filing this year, take these precautions to protect your personal information.
On the heels of its massive data breach, Target has something else to apologize for. And what it screwed up this time could have girls everywhere feeling even worse about their bodies.
Digital Crime Units helped take down seven major botnets last year.
Target's chief financial officer said the retailer is fast-tracking chip-enabled smart cards, which could have been useful in preventing against the company's recent data breach.
As if the data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus weren't enough, Yahoo has announced that hackers recently broke into Yahoo Mail accounts.
While big-name retailers continue to make headlines about security breaches ,entrepreneurs are in no way free from danger. Here are a few simple ways to protect your business from cyber attacks.
In the wake of the Target and Neiman Marcus data breaches, startups and small businesses should realize they aren't immune.
Criminals are getting more clever in the theft of consumer information. Companies should take immediate steps to better protect sensitive data.
With fewer adept security teams, small businesses are becoming more attractive targets for cybercriminals.
Technology and changing priorities have created fields of study that didn't exist in decades past.