App stores offer all the promise of a virtually unlimited range of games and tools, but are rife with pitfalls too. These include bad apps, ballooning costs, and malicious apps, p...
Data breaches seemed to dominate the security news in May, but mobile ransomware emerged as well and there was good and bad privacy news from the tech giants.
Teaching your child the essential codes of conduct on the Internet is as important as teaching them road safety.
Windows Phones continue to grow in popularity, which means users should take precautions to make their devices as secure as possible.
What Facebook habits make you vulnerable and how to avoid them.
Many Internet-connected smart home systems contain vulnerabilities that could expose the owners of those systems to physical and digital theft.
It’s ridiculously simple to lose your money because of credit card fraud. Secure yourself in all stages―from choosing your card to paying overseas ―using our simple guide.
But while Android’s market figures continue to pile up, so do the knocks against the company’s security protocols.
The criminals continue their bad business, and law enforcement agencies successfully chase them down. It happens every month, so here are the most interesting cases from April.
April brought with it some of the biggest security news any of us have seen in quite some time. If you missed any of our coverage or any of our posts from the month, it’s time to ...