Reports allege that JPMorgan Chase has been breached, with "gigabytes of sensitive data" stolen in the attack.
Google, Twitter and Harvard University are cooperating with other businesses and schools to create a manual to help developers design more secure software.
Apparently spending more money on security doesn't necessarily mean an enterprise is actually more secure, HP's State of the Network Security survey finds.
The lead sponsor of the open-source WordPress content management system makes plug-in security free.
Data breaches, such as those that recently impacted Target, the Internal Revenue Service, Children's Mercy Hospital and many others, are happening with increased frequency. In fact, the security research group Identify Theft Resource Center reported 480 data breaches in the past week in the United States alone. Studies show that companies are attacked, on average, an astounding 16,856 times per year, and many of those attacks result in a quantifiable data loss. Concerns over how to manage data breaches have now moved beyond corporate IT teams to board members or the C-suite, who are no longer exempt from issues regarding a lapse in computer security and data protection. So, what can your enterprise do to minimize damage? Based on eWEEK reporting and Experian Data Breach Resolution's experience servicing some of the largest data breaches to date, this slide show offers 10 lessons from the trenches, offering guidance for successfully managing a data breach before, during and after an incident occurs.
Respondents in a recent Gartner IT Key Metrics Survey indicate that, overall, organizations will spend an average of $381 per employee on IT security.
VIDEO: Dave Merkel, CTO of FireEye, explains why zero-day vulnerability disclosure is just a byproduct of what his company is really all about.
The new Chrome 37 Web browser includes security and performance fixes, as well as new features aimed at improving the open-source browser for users.
The new requirement, signed into law Aug. 25 by California Gov. Jerry Brown and taking effect on July 1, 2015, will likely affect other states around the nation.
Newly added support for SQL auditing enhances regulatory compliance efforts and helps unearth potential security violations.
The travel sector also saw threat volume increase by 800 percent in the second quarter, signifying a major target for hackers, an Agari report found.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Malware that captured millions of credit card numbers from Target and infected hundreds of other companies could have been thwarted just by using good security practices.
Three major game networks suffered disruptions allegedly at the hands of vandals who then followed up by tweeting a bomb threat against an American Airlines flight.
Intel's McAfee unit also unveils enhancements to its server security portfolio that are designed to address hybrid clouds.
Tough enough for Uncle Sam? Microsoft piles on the security features in a bid to lure government agencies over to the Windows Phone 8.1 camp.