A number of popular Android applications are putting sensitive user data at risk of exposure because the app developers are not fully implementing encryption.
New mobile and wearable devices offer users a robust set of innovative features and utilities but they often face the same traditional threats as old fashioned computers.
Malvertising is an ambiguous term referring to malicious online advertisements; some cause malware infection while others track user behavior.
Brian Donohue and Chris Brook recap the month’s security headlines from its beginnings at Black Hat and DEFCON, to a bizarre PlayStation Network outage.
Beware of phishing, malware, spam and other online scams based on the extremely popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Community Health Systems breach exposes the Social Security numbers of 4.5 million patients. Were you a victim? If so, how do you react?
In this short video, we will explain six steps you can take to conveniently maximize the security of your PayPal account.
A recap of last week’s security news and research from the Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Yahoo plans to implement end-to-end encryption for all of its mail users, giving normal, non-technical users the power to communicate securely and privately.
Car hacking is back and Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek no longer have to plug their computers into the cars to make them do their bidding.