Apple's not invulnerable, after all.
People have health care, and now clouds have "cloud care." The only difference? Cloud care is free.
Cloud service providers need to authenticate hundreds of thousands of users every day. Stormpath wants to take over that responsibility.
Facebook was hacked last month, though it promises no user data was compromised.
"The decisions are more than amazing," Thilo Weichert, a German privacy commission, said in a statement.
Editor's Pick Community news sharing site Reddit is the latest in a small (but growing) list of online services that are now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment.
A dangerous hole in Adobe's Reader and Acrobat programs may let hackers completely take over your machine. The company confirmed that attacks are currently happening "in the wild" and that it is working on a fix.
Security firm Cylance received $15 million in its first round of funding today. It hopes to use data and analysis to determine your likelihood of attack.
Jawbone, which creates speakers and fitness devices, announced it was hacked this morning. Emails and hashed passwords were compromised.
While congress has yet to reach any sort of lasting solution regarding the nations growing cyber security problems, President Barack Obama has decidedly taken the first big step in an executive order signed earlier today.
Nok Nok, a company that uses your device's hardware to authenticate you, raised $15M from DCM and Onset Ventures.
Montana TV station KRTV reported Monday that it was hacked and broadcast a hilarious and terrifying alert about the impending zombie apocalypse.
A tool created in a joint research project between the U.S. government and a defense contractor scrapes Foursquare, Facebook, and Twitter to predict where you'll be next.
Rumors of CISPA's demise were apparently greatly exaggerated, according to various privacy rights advocates and organizations today.
The Secret Service is looking to a hack on the email accounts of former President George W. Bush and five of his family members and friends.
In the future, any new product designs will be instantly copied, 3D scanned, and re-sold as 3D printing instructions, meaning that anyone will be able to own just about anything, almost for free.
Adobe has issued an emergency fix to its Flash software, yet another incident where Flash shows vulnerabilities to hacks and exploits.
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Steam, a platform where people can play games and keep track of stats, quietly fixed a bug that let people view your private profile information.