Google has advised that Chrome will gradually sunset SHA-1 cryptography, which is used in the signing process of SSL certificates.
We're in the age of the customer. Empowered buyers are demanding a new level of customer obsession, and bring-your-own-everything is accelerating.
Students at the University of British Columbia have been warned that their personal information may have been exposed thanks to a software bug.
A new cybersecurity certificate has been launched by global IT association ISACA that's intended for those looking to break into the field.
The group's Center for Secure Design released a report detailing how to avoid common design flaws.
Flashback caused a stir in 2012 when some 650,000 Macs were infected with the malware.
SMU will offer the first graduate level program aimed at closing the skills and competencies gaps for senior security and risk professionals.
Being yourself and being able to be yourself were topics discussed at a panel on diversity in information security at DefCon 22.
The conference will be anchored by the Maryland Cyber Challenge and Competition, a security job fair, and more.
The schools earned NSA's Centers for Academic Excellence designation for their cyber offerings.
Today, updated versions of the Cloud Controls Matrix and Consensus Assessments Initiatives Questionnaire hit the web.
A laptop stolen from an Orangebug-Calhoun Technical College staffer contained data on about 20,000 current and former students and faculty.
Data on more than 10,000 current and former staffers and students was accessed after a former Park Hill School District employee posted the information online.
Students in Massachusetts and Vermont had unencrypted personal information on a password protected laptop that was stolen from the vehicle of a billing vendor.
Hackers may have gained unauthorized access to Butler University's computer systems and stolen data on about 163,000 students, alumni and staffers.
The 16-year-old boy faces multiple counts of second-degree computer theft for unlawfully accessing and altering data and one count of hindering apprehension.
An email containing data on more than 35,000 Riverside Community College District students was sent to the wrong address.
The PCI Security Standards Council is seeking out 50 organizations to come forward and become Passwords for Payments ambassadors.
An employee compromised data on 1,900 current and former College of the Desert staffers after sending out an email containing their information.
After accessing operator mode on an ATM, two ninth graders in Canada promptly notified the machine's owner, the Bank of Montreal.
Some Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine students are being notified that their information was inadvertently made available online by Hubbard-Bert, a benefits administrator.
Employees, graduate students, adjunct professors and individuals that took foreign language placement tests are among those who may have had personal data compromised in a UNC Wilmington breach.
The data of more than 2,000 Johns Hopkins University graduate students was stored on a server that was accessible via the internet, and was accessed a few dozen times.
An upcoming college competition will test students' abilities to defend a simulated small company's servers against possible security threats and attacks while keeping the servers running.
The July event allows students to work alongside professionals to learn about car IT security and then participate in challenges to apply their knowledge practically.
Roughly 15,000 University of Wisconsin-Parkside students are being notified that their personal information may have been compromised by hackers who installed malware on a server.
Name.com, Facebook and Verizon are among the companies backing the newly-formed Secure Domain Foundation (SDF).
Over a four-week span, an unidentified hacker could have accessed a compromised Auburn University College of Business server that contained personal information on close to 14,000 current and former students, faculty and staff.
Vermont-based Norwich University, a longtime SC Magazine collaborator, ranked second in the 2014 Best Schools for Cybersecurity study by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security.
Nearly 146,000 former and current students of Indiana University may have had personal information exposed after three web indexing bots known as web crawlers accessed the data from an unsecured site.