Samsung's Galaxy S4 is officially allowed in the hands of Department of Defense employees -- so long as they run special Knox security software.
Mobile phone theft is a massive and growing problem, accounting for more than 40 percent of all thefts in San Francisco in 2012. But is that a good thing for mobile carriers like AT&T and Verizon?
The Navy brought a retired squadron of helicopters called The Magicians back into action today. This time around, however, it includes 10 new drones.
The same Chinese hackers exposed in a well-known report by security firm Mandient hacked into defense contractor QinetiQ in a three-year-long campaign. According to one security firm, they could be found in every corner.
More than half of us say we can't remember all our passwords. Which makes sense, given that almost a third of all companies require their employees to remember six or more of them.
Guest Post There's a trend surfacing that will start to push BYOD out of the picture in the next few years. Corporately Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) devices are the next big thing, and within the next three years, projections indicate 70 percent of global organizations will adopt it.
In quantum hacking, messages are sent from Alice to Bob. But if the Institute for Quantum Computing's contract hacker is successful, Eve gets the information instead.
Mozilla is taking action against Gamma International, makers of spying software FinFisher. The company says FinFisher is masquerading as its FireFox browser to trick people into trusting it.
Guest Post While many companies promise to deploy two-factor authentication, it may not protect us as well as we hope.
"Despite the Bush years of let's go play in another war, there's a very tight, close alliance between Canada and the USA," says Rick Segal, CEO of Canadian startup Fixmo.
Twitter sent out a letter to publications today warning them that more attacks will come in the future and to start preparing now.
LivingSocial, the international daily deals company, is alerting 50 million of its members to hack that left names, emails, birthdays, and hashed passwords exposed.
Last week I bought 13 laptops from WalMart.com. There were only two problems: I didn't buy them, and they weren't being shipped to my house. I'd been hacked.
Bad cyber security legislation CISPA is likely to fail if it goes to a vote on the Senate floor, according to comments made by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.V.), chairman of the committee on commerce, science and transportation, today.
While two-factor authentication is a great extra barrier between hackers and you, it wouldn't have stopped the phishing attack that led to the hack on the AP's Twitter account.
Twitter wants wants to make it tougher for bad guys to crack high-profile Twitter accounts. It's about time.
The AP Twitter account was breached today. The hackers sent out a bogus tweet about an attack on the White House.
Matthew Keys, Reuters' social media editor, was fired today following an indictment that accuses Keys of helping hackers access his former employer's severs.
A legion of armchair warriors pulled together to provide a detailed account of all the information available on last week's horrific bombings during the Boston Marathon, but not all of that effort turned out to be good.
Bitcoin's main exchange, Mt. Gox, was taken offline by another denial of service attack today, showing it is really a barrier to Bitcoin's growth.