LATEST NEWS

FBI, Apple investigate celebrity photo hacking incident

Reports surfaced that iCloud vulnerabilities may have allowed hackers to obtain personal photos, including nude images, of over 100 celebrities.

CryptoWall surpasses CryptoLocker in infection rates

A threat analysis from Dell SecureWorks CTU says that CryptoWall has picked up where its famous sibling left off.

Professor says Google search, not hacking, yielded medical info

A professor of ethical hacking at City College San Francisco came forward to clarify that he did not demonstrate hacking a medical center's server in a class.

Focus: Industry Insight

Product Reviews

Axway MailGate SC v5.4

starstarstarstar
MailGate is a secure collaboration gateway appliance which combines email security and content management gateway functionality.

Barracuda Spam Firewall 400 v6.1

starstarstarstarstar
The Barracuda Spam Firewall is an integrated hardware and software solution designed to protect the email server from spam, virus, spoofing, phishing and spyware attacks.

DATA BREACH BLOG

OPINIONS

Threat of the month: SVPENG

We take a closer look at SVPENG, malware that's capable of launching two different types of attacks.

Slideshow

Black Hat 2014 once again brought in some of the brightest minds in the information security field to showcase their skills. From discussions revolving around privacy, vulnerabilities, and state-sponsored malware, to educational training sessions, this year's event delivered plenty of fodder. Here's a look at the conference action. Photo Credit: Black Hat 2014

Outside Lens

On-the-go content


SC Magazine app

Download the SC Magazine app for iOS and Android!

The latest IT security news, analysis and features on your mobile or tablet

Click here to download »


Sign up to our newsletters

POLL