A number of popular Android applications are putting sensitive user data at risk of exposure because the app developers are not fully implementing encryption.
The final month of summer wasn’t full of cybercriminal stories, but law enforcement groups around the world still found and punished some evildoers.
Tor is an online browsing portal that keeps your web activity completely anonymous.
My Kaspersky is a multi-device security management tool that lets users control the security products on all of their devices remotely in one place.
The Apple iCloud nude celebrity photo fiasco underscores the uncomfortable reality that even the savvy among us aren't totally sure about what goes on and into “the Cloud.”
Don’t want your private photos or credit card posted somewhere on the web? You should rethink your approach to cloud services then.
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.
Sextortion is one way online predators can steal your sensitive data and use it to harm you.
Community Health Systems breach exposes the Social Security numbers of 4.5 million patients. Were you a victim? If so, how do you react?