We have bought our very own Blackphone to check its security firsthand.
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.
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.
July is over and that means it’s time to look back and observe the latest results of the battle between cybercriminals and prosecutors.
In the news this week: more APT campaigns, a look forward at the DEF CON and Black Hat Hacker conferences, and good and bad news for Facebook.
In the news: Microsoft's No-IP takedown fiasco, Chinese APT groups curious about U.S. Iraq policy, Verizon says the government wants locations data, and Microsoft denies backdoor ...
Your iPhone runs hidden monitoring services. Who uses them, and for what purpose?