News and Articles About Security
A growing number of small businesses are buying up cyber insurance to protect themselves in the event of a cyber attack.
'The fact that technology now allows an individual to carry such information in his hand does not make the information any less worthy of the protection for which [America's] founders fought.'
The deal signals that the connected home industry is rife with potential and gaining tremendous steam.
Because startup founders can be slow to install safeguards against cyber attacks, criminals often target new companies.
The restaurant chain has moved to a manual credit-card imprinting system in the wake of a security breach.
The social giant is letting users modify their ad profiles while also gaining more information about them.
Popular social-media tool gets hit by hackers sending strange messages.
Control where your company emails go, how long they're seen and retrieve them when necessary -- even after you hit send.
The backpack-like bulletproof shield may represent one of the most tragically apropos inventions of our time.
Lost your phone? Bummer. But Apple has one more way for you to locate it.
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.
The indictment marks the first time that the U.S. government has brought charges against foreign officials for cyber spying.
Tomorrow's credit cards will be replete with high-tech security features like fingerprint unlock, voice control and invisibility, according to this infographic by Richard Branson's Virgin Money.
Take these quick, easy steps to fend off hackers taking advantage of a serious flaw in the popular web browser.
Tech enthusiast Veronica Belmont says this feature is too important not to consider when picking the smartphone that's right for you.
The security feature on Samsungs new Galaxy S5 was tricked. Here's how.
In this video, tech expert Veronica Belmont discusses the one thing business owners need to do better when it comes to technology.
A security hole allowed data thieves access to some customer card information but not names, addresses or PINs.
Major manufacturers and wireless carriers have agreed to offer a free opt-in 'kill switch' for smartphones made after July 2015.
This online security hole could affect a sizable portion of the 'secure' web. Here's what you can do to stay safe.
With the versatility offered by mobile devices comes the risk of cyber theft. Here are five strategies for employers to reduce their exposure.
Offering related services can bring your firm new customers and added revenue. Here are four tips for making it all happen.
If your computer still runs on Windows XP, you're about to become an easier target for cyber thieves.
If you don't let your employees use their own devices on the road, you are missing a chance to boost productivity.
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