Sony Pictures Entertainment sidestepped a class action suit by reaching a settlement with former employees whose information was exposed in a high-profile breach.
Employees love to gamble with their employer's internet security by installing potentially vulnerable gambling apps on their company issued mobile devices, according to a report by Veracode.
Youthful mischief online can wreak havoc for offenders. Can IT security community leaders provide alternatives?
Recent cyberattacks have left U.S. officials mulling economic sanctions as retaliation against Russia and China.
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Emerging Products: Cloud Security, Part 2
In part two of our cloud security emerging products we see a little shift in product types. This time we see more emphasis on protecting the data. The bulk of these products and services address rather prosaic challenges in innovative ways. Click here.
IBM's X-Force research team has uncovered a new piece of data-swiping malware whose modular design allows it to be quickly altered and made even more dangerous.
David F. Katz, partner, Nelson Mullins
Debate: Device manufacturers take a comprehensive approach to securing consumer products.
As mobile and cloud dominate the future of the enterprise, security and accountability are falling through the cracks.
The mobile malware threat is mostly based on hype, not facts.
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