A massive provider of insurance for bond investments misconfigured one of its servers and accidentally made a variety of sensitive payment information indexable.
Hacking and espionage are hardly crimes for the secret service, but rather are a part of their everyday work. But imagine what could happen if their tools end up in wrong hands.
Your primary email account is often the master key that can provide backup access to all other accounts, which is why you must be particularly careful with it.
Even when your iPhone is in your hands or on the table, it can reveal some of your secrets to strangers. Here are 10 tips to prevent this from happening.
Virus Bulletin is a traditionally enterprise-focused event, but each year topics of consumer interest, like Apple malware, hackable devices and Bitcoin are presented.
Have you ever imagined that you could be seen on camera without your permission? Unfortunately, it is possible: there is a chance that cybercriminals could access your webcam to w...
With the release of iOS 8, Apple claims it can’t access the personal data on your iPhones and iPads and it can’t give it to authorities. But it seems there’s a catch.
A new poll shows Americans care overwhelmingly about digital privacy.
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.