Staples Calls the Cops After Potential Card Fraud Incident
Retail chain could be latest to be hit as 2014 breach saga continues
Surging DDoS Amplifications Use Millions of Connected Devices
4.1 million Internet-facing UPnP devices are vulnerable to being employed in massive reflection DDoS attacks.
Operation DeathClick Targets US Defense Sector
Micro-targeted malvertising via real-time bidding engines elude most security approaches.
75% Of UK Online Population at Cyber-Risk
UK government says that poor password practices run rampant in an increasingly online world.
Hacker Halted 2014: The Fog of War can Cloud both Physical and Digital Battlefields
At the Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta, Carl W. Herberger, vice president of security at Radware, discussed Thursday the importance of cutting through that fog as organizations try to defend their environments.
Hacker Halted 2014: Johnny Long Calls for Hackers for Charity Volunteers
The irony was not lost on Johnny Long.
Hacker Halted 2014: Zombies As Scary as a Successful Browser Hack
At the Hacker Halted conference in Atlanta, security researchers Xiaoran Wang and Angelo Prado demonstrated on Thursday some weaknesses in the major browsers in use today.
Anonymous App Whisper Hits Back at Privacy Claims
CEO admits ‘we’re not infallible’
Will the Right to be Forgotten Censor the Internet?
Following the European ruling that means search engines have to take down links to embarrassing stories, has the right to be forgotten put us on a slippery slope to censorship?
China Accused of Launching MITM Attacks Against iCloud
Beijing wants access to local Apple users’ data, says Greafire.org
Sandworm Team Went After Firms Running SCADA
Researchers link C&C servers to attacks on CIMPLICITY HMI software
McAfee: Government and Public Must Share Security Burden
Vendor says next-gen government services will require security to be treated as a public health issue