A hacker claimed that he breached Xbox Live security. Microsoft says that isn't the case.
Guest Post Small businesses are tripping themselves up in one huge area of mobile security: they believe they are too small to get hacked.
Twitter launched its two-factor authentication security product today, which will take the form of text message codes. The move comes after a number of publications were hacked, resulting, in one case, in a reaction from Wall Street.
Web security firm AVG has already demonstrated its dedication to user privacy by adding Do Not Track to its software. Now it's doubling down on that by buying privacy firm PrivacyChoice.
"Think of it like a smart rifle. You have a smart car; you got a smartphone; well, now we have a smart rifle," company President Jason Schauble says.
The problem with clearing smartphones for use in top secret environments is that they are, essentially, full of radios: Bluetooth, WiFi, cellular.
Congress sent Google a letter recently demanding to know just how the company plans to protect the privacy of Google Glass users -- and non-users.
Guest Post The online world can be a dangerous place for the unprepared. And it’s just going to get worse. It’s time to teach Cyber Security as integral part of the high school and college curriculum and to all corporate employees.
Don't worry. That's just the neighborhood drone spying on you through your window.
Critics fear it will be like creating a national identity card.
Apple is wait-listing law enforcement when they ask the company to unlock iPhones and other devices as a part of evidence discovery.
PerspecSys, the Toronto-based cloud data protection company, has closed $12 million in its second round of funding. The company plans to use the capital injection to further develop global sales and marketing efforts and continue product development.
The multiplayer for DICE's first-person shooter isn't functioning due to these attacks.
The good news is that software keeps getting better, with fewer than one error per thousand lines of code. The bad news is that both large open-source projects and small proprietary software projects tend to have worse quality than average.
We're going back to the future, according to Monetate: going back to a time when all commerce was personal.
Twitter is losing its legal director Nicole Wong to the White House in the name of privacy. President Obama has tapped her as his newest Chief Privacy Officer.
Really, you wouldn't have thought a proposal to Borg the entire human species would have met with such resistance.
The Pentagon spoke out about Chinese government-sponsored hacking today, directly accusing the country of "intelligence collection."
Security heavyweight McAfee has agreed to acquire network firewall business Stonesoft for $389 million in cash so it can offer more powerful firewall protection to its clients.
"I am overwhelmed that our vision has reached its destination," wrote Secure.me co-founder Mario Grobholz on the company blog. "The deal with Avast is the most crucial milestone in our company’s history."