News and Articles About Security
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.
A little boy discovered a major security loophole in the product, something people 10 times his age didn't notice.
Online privacy champion Alex Stamos is making it a lot tougher for hackers and spies to snoop around Yahoo's insides. Heres what you need to know.
Something fishy (more like spammy) is going on at Tinder. Here's the inside scoop from one not so satisfied user.
A new report shows how many billions of dollars companies such as Verizon and AT&T could lose each year if smartphone theft decreases.
A look at the young companies making it possible to unlock your tech with your face, heart, finger and voice.
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.
The blogging platform added two-factor authentication to protect users from hack attacks
The 39th U.S. president and Nobel Peace Prize winner has a bone to pick with the NSA.
Google Ventures-backed ThreatStream has developed a real-time intel-sharing system that lets institutions detect and fight against cyber threats.
The rising wallet service's major new hires show that the business of Bitcoin is big enough to attract top tech talent.
The venture capital money came pouring in for Burner, a mobile app that doles out disposable phone numbers for calling and texting.
With cyber security issues facing major retailers, entrepreneurs are scrambling to protect customer data.
With business continuing its shift from the desktop to smartphones and tablets, more than half of all companies now have sensitive information stored on mobile devices.
If you're still using Microsoft's old operating system after it ceases support, you'll be more vulnerable to viruses, hacks and other issues.
A closer look at the outspoken NSA critic that Yahoo trusts to keep cybercrime out of its business and the business of its millions of users.
The social media giant has partnered with the city of Menlo Park, Calif., to have a police officer patrol the area surrounding Facebook's headquarters.
The retailer is shaking up its digital-security strategy after suffering one of the worst credit-card hacks in history.
Most consumers are now very aware that their computer could be targeted with malware. There is also growing awareness that the new generation of smartphones are also vulnerable to attack. However, few people are aware of the threat to other devices.
In a blog post, Meetup CEO Scott Heiferman speaks out about the attack, as well as why the company refuses to pay the hackers the $300 ransom they asked for.
Symantec cyber-security expert Kevin Haley says small businesses may be more vulnerable to hack attacks during tax season.