Late Sunday, hackers dumped online a massive trove of emails and other documents obtained from the systems of Italian surveillance firm Hacking Team.
It's a heckuva day for IT professionals. At around 11:30 am today, trading on the New York Stock Exchange came to an abrupt halt, and while the reasons for the disruption are still unclear, in a statement, the NYSE ...
Cyberpoint International, a computer security startup based in Baltimore, has been celebrated by Maryland politicians as a positive force in the community, invited to join U.S. trade missions in Poland and Romania,.....
Almost 48 hours after an unnamed hacker announced the breach of Hacking Team, exposing more than 400GB of secrets, the Italian surveillance tech company is investigating what happened, and coming out of its radio silence.
A company that sells surveillance software to governments and law enforcement agencies has been hacked, exposing reams of sensitive data
Fallout from the cyberattack on the US Office of Personnel Management is already starting: Federal background checks have been shut down for six to eight weeks as a "proactive" security measure.
It looks like the US government may finally be taking a proactive step with cybersecurity.
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A NEWLY RELEASED document from the FBI sheds a little more light on the government's controversial policy around the use of zero-day exploits.
he public is finally starting to learn what security experts have been warning for years: the US government has no idea what it's doing when it comes to cybersecurity.
How to find out - and control - all the personal information Google holds on you
The only reason our online life is insecure is that we let it happen.
Your texts, tweets, and photos might not be very secure if you've got a Samsung phone - hackers can get inside and control the phones using a fairly straightforward hack. And Samsung's known about it for months.
The so-called front page of the internet is jumping on the encryption bandwagon.
We've all seen the memorable "Last Week Tonight" interview with Edward Snowden that aired this spring, but here's a clip you may have missed about the importance of making better passwords than the ones most of us have which are probably "e
A software vulnerability on hundreds of millions of Samsung Galaxy phones allows hackers (civilian or government) to "look through the phones' camera, listen to the microphone, read incoming and outgoing texts and install apps," according to re
Kaspersky Labs discovered and publicized details of a new nation-state surveillance malware system, called Duqu 2.0. It's being attributed to Israel. There's code specifically targeting anti-virus software, both Kaspersky and others.
Wikipedia, one of the most popular websites in the world, will now be encrypted by default, a change that will better protect its hundreds of millions of visitors from surveillance and censorship.
Whether it is secure financial information, sensitive work information, or whatever. Government encouraged security flaws make us all vulnerable to having our communication hacked by all sorts of people with malicious intent.
Top U.S. tech companies are warning the Obama administration against imposing new policies that the companies say would weaken increasingly sophisticated encryption systems designed to protect consumers' privacy.
The Army's official website was inaccessible Monday afternoon.
All it takes to hack and open some remotely-controlled garage doors is a slightly modified pink texting toy--and less than ten seconds.
Military & Defense More: Associated Press China Hacking Cybersecurity The China-based hack on US government computers is worse than anyone realizes
Facebook has announced it is letting users add encryption keys to their profiles and opt in to have notification emails sent in an encrypted format.
Hackers have reportedly leaked onto the web highly sensitive sexual information of nearly 4 million users registered on leading dating site Adult FriendFinder, which claims to cater for up to 63 million people worldwide.
Millions of staff and students at over 150 centers of further education were left without access to their online resources following a cyber-attack on the University of London Computer Centre.
A Q&A with the inventor of the the cheapest hackable computer on the planet
An unidentified group of hackers stole data from about 1.1 million current and former members of the health insurance company CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield in a breach last year, the company revealed on Wednesday.
DEF CON 23 is coming up (more info here) and Tesla Motors will be inviting hackers to see if they can hack into a Tesla Model S.
In Sept. of 2013, documents leaked by Edward Snowden showed that the NSA was able to break supposedly secure and encrypted communications on the internet.