Your Apple Watch May Not Be as Safe as You Think
The new smartwatch lacks a key feature other devices from the company have that help deter theft.
'Venom' Vulnerability: Serious Computer Bug Shatters Cloud Security
Security researchers have discovered a critical flaw that allows attackers to move freely across virtual machines.
These 5 Companies Are Growing as Large as the Online Security Threat
The tenacity and resourcefulness of cyber criminals is fueling continuous growth for protection services.
6 Surprising Places Hackers Hide
The innocent items that might let hackers into your home or business.
Company Executives Poorly Placed to Handle Rising Cyber Risk
A new survey says less than half of company boards have the necessary skills to manage the rising threat of cyber attacks.
Android Update Lets Users Unlock Phones With Just Their Voices
The Trusted Voice Smart Lock option is being rolled out as part of the Google Play Services 7.0 update
The Danger of the Bring-Your-Own-Device-to-Work Trend
When employees use their personal tablets or phones at work, it brings an increased risk of exposing the office to malware.
Windows Security Flaw Could Let Hackers Steal Login Info From Hundreds of Millions of PCs
If a hacker can get a Windows user to click on a bad link in an email or on a website, it can essentially hijack communications and steal sensitive information.
IBM Uncovers New, Sophisticated Cyber Scam Targeting Businesses
It uses a combination of phishing, malware and phone calls that has netted Eastern European cyber criminals more than $1 million.
8 Ways to Build a Better Password
Put down the Post-it. I repeat: put down the Post-it.
5 Employee Types You Should Recognize to Enhance Your IT Security Policies
From "Mr. Feet on the Ground" to "Ms. Head in the Cloud," these employee personalities help you find the holes in your system.
Social Coding Site GitHub Hit by Days-Long Cyber Attack
China is reportedly the source of the attack.
How Much Do Data Breaches Cost Big Companies? Shockingly Little.
From Sony to Target, big companies that were hacked felt barely a dent to their bottom line, an analysis reveals.
Hackers May Be Able to Secretly Download Malicious Apps onto Nearly Half of All Android Phones
The 'Android installer hijacking vulnerability' reportedly allows attackers to surreptitiously download apps to Android users without them knowing.
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