Secure collaboration firm WatchDox just released the results of a document security study by the Ponemon Institute. And the consensus is that we suck at security.
Ahh, the world is a wonderful place. And truth is indeed sometimes stranger than fiction.
Apple has pulled security software vendor Bitdefender’s Clueful app from the app store.
Perhaps you’re like the seagulls in Pixar’s Finding Nemo, screeching “mine, mine, mine.” Or maybe you have ultra-top-secret data on your internal network, such as grandma’s Never-Better Peanut Chocolate Chip cookies.
Zynga, Kixeye, and Electronic Arts have worked a deal with Facebook to allow users to start playing their games without having to agree to any dialogue boxes.
Guest Post With one-search access to a lot of our lives on the Internet, we’re at the beginnings of a lot of discussions on what’s acceptable and what’s not when it comes to social media and database usage.
The latest update to web browser Firefox may have an unlucky number, but it certainly has an unlucky feature: a privacy slip that could allow anyone using your computer to view private, encrypted pages that you previously visited.
The Federal Trade Commission may levy its first multimillion dollar fine against Google over a security breach initially uncovered by a Stanford student, a sign that the agency is stepping up its efforts to safeguard consumers’ online rights.
George Orwell was an optimist.
After hearing reports that employers are asking prospective employees for their social media passwords to see their histories, Facebook has responded today by telling those employers to buzz off and users to not give up their passwords.