Security company Lookout Mobile prides itself on being able protect, find, and educate you about your own phone. The company redesigned its entire app, with a special feature it hopes will help you find your phone even after the battery is dead.
The U.S. Congress Intelligence Committee and telecommunications vendor Cisco are agreed on one thing: Chinese networking equipment companies can't be trusted.
Guest Post There has not yet been a series of security company exits for companies that are truly native to the massive secular cloud and virtualization trends. Clearly, there will be, and soon. This is an investable trend right now.
Ensafer is one approach to cloud security. It’s a product for end-to-end encryption — that means your stuff, whatever it is, stayed encrypted through transporting, sharing, storing, etc.
We hear about "bring your own device" and protecting the enterprise cloud all day every day. But what about the consumer cloud, i.e.: half the applications on your phone. Passwords aren't safe enough, but perhaps using the wealth of available technology on a smartphone can help us more securely identify ourselves.
Cybercriminals hacked into computers of the White House Military Office, the White House told Politico today. The breach is said to come from attackers in China.
Cloud Security company Qualys is up 18 percent in after hours trading. The company debuted on the NASDAQ today, with a slow start ending in an 11 percent climb.
You can expect to see another security company on the market tomorrow. Cloud security company Qualys will debut on the NASDAQ Friday under the ticket symbol QYLS.
A programmer found nearly 100,000 unprotected usernames and passwords on the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' servers, according to his analysis released today. The IEEE is now working to clean up the mess.
The Federal Trade Commission will prevent seven computer rental companies from spying on customers in a new settlement reached today. The businesses were caught stealing pictures, screenshots, and sensitive information from customers.
Sometimes it's hard to imagine just how contagious a botnet can be, and then sometimes you see them from space. Security researchers at F-Secure created this look at ZeroAccess botnet infections today, across the United States and the world.
Nils Puhlmann, the chief security officer at Zynga, is the latest to leave the firm.
You know what a $5 foot-long is, but have you ever heard of a $10 million foot-long? Two Romanian hackers admitted today to stealing $10 million from hacking into Subway sandwich chain point of sale systems.
A developer is accusing Virgin Mobile of being host to some big data security issues. But Virgin Mobile, it appears, doesn't care.
Secure cloud hosting company FireHost raised $10 million in its third round of financing.
Flame, the malware related to the infamous Stuxnet that hit Iranian nuclear systems in 2010, may have three sisters in the wild, according to new research by Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab.
As 2012 has so far shown the security breach situation isn't getting any better.
A draft of a White House executive order on cybersecurity has leaked out, but it's pretty vague.
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