News and Articles About Security
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.
The search could be over for a more private way to search the Internet.
The popular operating system Snow Leopard -- or OS X 10.6 -- still runs on 19 percent of Macs, leaving a large chunk vulnerable to attack.
Dying to know what the latest generation of Samsung's flagship phone will be like? Here are the details.
Is one of your employees augmenting their paycheck -- at your expense? Here are some ways they may do just that.
According to a new survey, twenty-somethings are actually the worst at keeping their personal data and passwords safe.
Troubled virtual currency platform rolls out new system, set to rebound from recent attack.
The technology could serve as a replacement for one-time use PINs, passwords or both.
Chief executive Yancey Strickler says customers email addresses were taken, but no credit card information was obtained by hackers.
With more workers predicted to bring their own hardware to work, solutions need to be found to secure data.
With Edward Snowden causing a whole lot of hoopla over passwords, here are a few alternatives to keep your company safe and sound.
Just weeks after a claim that PayPal compromised the credit-card data of one of its users, the company's president claimed his card got skimmed.
Following a failed appeal, Google was ordered by French courts post a notice on its Google.fr homepage informing users that it would be paying a 150,000-euro fine over privacy violations.
For retailers that don't want to be the next Target or Neiman Marcus, here are three tips they can do to protect themselves.
Whether they know it or not, almost all startups possess some sort of intellectual property. Here are a few ways to protect these IP secrets.
Digital Crime Units helped take down seven major botnets last year.
The agency reportedly obtained the high-tech eyewear through the Google Glass Explorer program. Google says it isnt working on the project with any law enforcement agency.
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