Security reporters Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss security and privacy headlines from the first few weeks of the new year.
Comparing the worst passwords of 2014 with the infamous top 50 passwords from the Gawker Media breach in 2010.
“British Prime Minister David Cameron to Ban Encrypted Messengers” — Headlines like this are appearing here and there. But what happened exactly?
CES 2015 was a superb event in terms of the amount of new technology per square foot. But, from an information security standpoint, it did not appear all that positive.
For the second time in three years, Sony is the main character in a massive and humiliating cyberattack.
A new variant of the Zeus banking trojan has emerged, targeting consumer accounts at 150 banks in 15 countries.
Catch up on our most popular posts from November.
In this Talk Security podcast, Threatpost's Chris Brook and Brian Donohue discuss the move to encrypt the Web, the Regin APT campaign and more.
A new APT campaign called Regin targets the usual victims plus a prestigious cryptographer and the GSM standard on which most cellular communications occur.
Recent news concerning “hacked webcams” or “breached baby monitors” appears to be all over the place. Let's take a closer look at the situation.