The new Windows 10 update doesn’t offer any detail as to what it fixes or improves, leaving many to question why the tech giant has been so vague.
Internet Defense Prize goes to researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology for designing a tool that detects a new class of C++ vulnerabilities.
An international team of hackers and traders who benefited from illegal pre-publication access to company finance updates have been charged with fraud.
A data security loophole discovered in Facebook needs to be fixed, according to a software engineer.
Glasses that are capable of blocking facial recognition technology are to go on sale in Japan next year.
The Information Commissioner’s Office is “making enquiries” into a major data breach at Carphone Warehouse in the UK.
Hackers are using a commercially available VPN network in China to obscure the origin source of their activities.
A cybersecurity firm is accused of deceiving potential clients in order to extort business, according to whistle blower testimony to the FTC.
Reporting from Interop 2015, Las Vegas, where it’s all about the connectivity and the massive leaps forward in network capacity and speed, but security concerns are also in the mix.
With nearly 160,000 lust-ridden techies, corporate denizens and a few of us security types descending on a slightly crisp wintery Las Vegas to see what all the fuss is about at CES 2015, here are a few things to keep an eye out for this year at the show.
The group of hackers that calls itself the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) briefly claimed control of the facebook.com domain via an attack on MarkMonitor. It appears normal Facebook service has been resumed, but here’s what you need to know.