Did you know that your PC can become infected by an email that you never actually read?
In this edition of Security Week infosec digest we’ll cover threecases of companies being hacked and data being leaked and companies reacting on the incidents.
What is the difference between real and theoretical threats?
In this post there are two seemingly unrelated pieces of news which nevertheless have one thing in common: not that somewhere someone is vulnerable, but that vulnerability sometim...
I gather our readers have already heard about some controversial Google Glass experiences. Now, it is time to discuss the response by Microsoft, HoloLens augmented reality system.
Security reporters Brian Donohue and Chris Brook discuss security and privacy headlines from the first few weeks of the new year.
September's security news was dominated by three stories: the Home Depot data breach, the Apple celebrity nude photo leak scandal and the Shellshock vulnerability in Bash.
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 ...
Phishers exploit global World Cup interest with a campaign disguised as a petition to reinstate Luis Suarez. Microsoft patched 29 security vulnerabilities.
Microsoft Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player zero-days replace OpenSSL Heartbleed as the primary topic of discussion in this week’s security news.