Automakers are banding together to help guard against and mitigate a new breed of cyberattack targeting on-board computer systems.
After independent journalist Brian Krebs reported that a Twitter user may be connected to the Ashley Madison hack, the user has denied involvement.
Microsoft's VP of Marketing for Windows and Devices, Yusuf Mehdi, gave his Twitter followers updates on the new OS earlier this week.
iOS 8.4 could have a hard time making apps go to sleep, according to security researchers at FireEye.
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Cyphort Labs's latest study on malvertising indicates a massive uptick with this form of attack has taken place over the last few years driven, in part, by the proliferation of zero-day and Angler kit exploits.
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Much needs to be done to convince boardrooms of the importance of information security.
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