A recap of last week’s security news and research from the Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Unpatched flaws in Android make your device vulnerable to “Invisible” infection. You better find out now in order to protect yourself.
Some things we routinely do in the office are dangerous for careers as they pose significant risk to the company’s business. It’s equally relevant for CEO and intern alike, so wat...
No one likes support helpline queues, and we have some tools to provide you with an answer to your question almost instantly.
Losing your work or personal data is a computing worst case scenario. While there is no shortage of ways you can lose your data, there are also a number of protections that can he...
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.
Many recruiters will compare finding the right candidate to finding their mate. It is especially relevant for Kaspersky as we need very special people with unique skills.
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.
Data breaches have become a routine. It can happen to any site, any day. You can’t prevent it, but there is a way to minimize the damage.
Read highlights from our top posts in July.