NEWS ANALYSIS: A hacker group claiming ISIS sympathies takes information on 9,000 Department of Homeland Security employees and releases a partial list of FBI employees.
New attack campaigns—Carbanak 2.0, Metel and GCMAN—are using increasingly sophisticated approaches to stealing money from financial institutions.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Many see the agreement as a way to keep data flowing smoothly between the two continents while keeping the issue of data transfer privacy away from European courts.
As reports of attacks against energy utilities emerge, there is some evidence that they aren't properly secured, two separate studies show.
vThreat takes aim at simulating attacks to help organizations identify security risks.
The product is part of Dell's Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise, and follows the announcement of a new security management offering for channel partners.
The new Safe Browsing capabilities build on Google's ongoing efforts to protect online users against malware threats and social engineering scams.
"Encryption" and "simple" are terms that are hardly ever used in the same sentence, but Box has made the administration of encryption easier.
CrowdStrike’s annual threat report highlights Chinese cyber-operations and notes a rise in hacking that pits Russia against Middle Eastern governments as oil prices decline.
Google is publicly disclosing multiple vulnerabilities from vendors that have forked the Chromium Web browser to build their own secure browsers.
'Analyst intuition' used to predict existing and emerging cyber attacks in real time with better detection rates and fewer false positives.
Automatic updates that patch the two flaws and fix 17 bugs are now rolling out to users of the open-source WordPress CMS.
NEWS ANALYSIS: There are stumbling blocks, however, to a signed agreement, as European privacy advocates are wary of the agreement and European privacy agencies are already looking to file a challenge to it.
The upcoming Docker 1.10 open-source container engine will include a default seccomp profile, providing improved security controls.
Gen. Michael Hayden tells CIOs: "This [cyberspace] is the largest ungoverned space in recorded human history. There is no rule of law up here."