With Christmas less than a week away, it seems fitting that Hello Kitty is latest site geared at kids that has been hacked.
To hackers’ delight, merchant vessels that transfer about ninety percent of the world's cargo heavily depend on automation and remote monitoring systems with poor IT security.
Fraudsters hacked Skype and tricked people from a contact list to send them about $5,000 over the course of a few days. Skype support, local banks and the police refused to do any...
Kaspersky Lab created a mobile app to find a stolen or lost phone, remotely lock it, or delete sensitive data in case of device theft.
Let's identify the main IT security and protection trends at MWC 2015.
New allegations against the NSA claim the group hacked into the network of the world’s largest SIM card provider, stealing encryption keys to millions of devices.
The top privacy data leaks in 2014 include: data breaches at Target and Home Depot, hacks of JP Morgan and Barclays banks, and leaks at Orange and Dropbox.
We have constructed a list of promises that you should make to yourself this year to stay safe both online and offline.
Anyone who goes online could be hacked. During Christmas time, this possibility doubles as we make a number of purchases and get so excited that we forget about security.
Let’s take a moment to discuss why people tend to skip updating and upgrading their security solutions, and why this is detrimental.