Facebook has made a new feature called Security Checkup generally available after testing on an invite-only group, according to SoftPedia.
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Want to mend your systems admin relationship? On this Systems Administration appreciation day, we give you a few tips to help mend fences.
United Airlines customer flight records have been lost in a data breach it has been reported.
Operation Patao Express – Attackers spying on high-value targets in Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, and their TrueCrypt-encrypted data.
As the cost of fixing security mistakes in Jeep Chrysler Dodge vehicles mounts, so does the need for manufacturers to weigh cybersecurity risks in the product development process, alongside features and benefits.
The majority of managers believe that IT risk management data genuinely influences board decisions, according to Gartner.
Security researchers have created a practical privacy attack out of a well-known theory around user behaviour. The attack appears to defeat privacy measures such as Tor.
Moonpig, the online personalised card company, has blocked the accounts of an unspecified number of customers after users' details were published online.
The summer sales are upon us and there are plenty of good deals to be had online, but internet shopping is not without its dangers.
Security experts and non security experts take very different attitudes to staying safe online, according to new research.
There are three fundamental elements that must not be overlooked when starting out in corporate security, summarized as the 'ABC of information security'.
A serious bug in Valve’s Steam engine has allowed a series of user credentials to be stolen over the past week, according to reports.
Accidental ‘pocket dials’ are now admissible in evidence against you, the US Appeals court has ruled.
Information security could use some good news right now, something to offset the string of bad news about data breaches and system vulnerabilities; so how about this: "Cyber Criminal Forum Taken Down, Members Arrested in 20 Countries".
A group of six academics have published a paper describing a new high speed anonymity network that could increase the privacy of internet users everywhere.
A newly disclosed bug in widely-used OpenSSH software allows attackers to make thousands of password guesses in a short space of time.
A recently identified trojan porn clicker is still infecting apps on Google Play.
Support scammers: old twisters, new twists, and scammer psychology.
Some of the biggest digital companies have banded together to take action on the rising tide of ad click fraud.
Hackers have demonstrated an exploit that can take remote control of a Jeep, to the extent of cutting the transmission and controlling the throttle.