The Federal Trade Commission will share lessons learned from the 54 data security cases it has brought as part of its "Start With Security" program.
A surveillance court judge ruled Monday that the NSA could temporarily resume its bulk data collection program during the transition period to the reforms of the USA Freedom Act signed into law June 2.
A vulnerability found in OPM's e-QIP background check system has prompted the agency to shut it down until enhanced security measures are in place.
Justices ruled Monday that an Los Angeles ordinance, legalizing warrantless demands to inspect hotel guest registries, is unconstitutional.
Israeli researchers have designed a device that picks up on laptops' radio emanations to then determine the individual users' decryption keys.
Polish airline LOT was attacked by hackers who accessed the company's ground systems responsible for issuing flight plans.
The Georgia Department of Education has named its Technology Management Director Levette Williams as chief privacy officer.
Google announced Friday that it will take steps to make revenge porn images inaccessible through its search engine.
In its fifth annual "Who Has Your Back" report, the Electronic Frontier Foundation found nine of 24 companies excel in protecting privacy by requiring warrants, publishing transparency reports and adhering to other best practices.
Reddit will officially switch to an HTTPS starting this month, joining companies like Netflix, Bing and others who will be transitioning to encrypted connections.
Lawmakers proposed "Protecting Individuals from Mass Aerial Surveillance Act" on Wednesday to require federal authorities to obtain warrants to conduct aerial surveillance.
Amazon issued its first transparency report on Friday with an accompanying blog post on its privacy policies.
Officials believe Chinese operatives accessed information from SF-86 forms filled out by candidates applying for security clearance.
Senate Republicans and Democrats traded barbs over Defense Authorization Act vote.
A breach of Germany's lower house of parliament was worse than originally believed and yields the attackers data from multiple agencies.
The OPM data breach likely exposed the Social Security numbers and personnel records of every federal worker and prompted a clash between members of Congress over the fate of cybersecurity legislation.
Ted Harrington, executive partner at Independent Security Evaluators, discussed the Internet of Things (IoT) and how companies need to consider security throughout the production process.
Apple will require iOS 9 users to use six-digit passwords and two-factor authentication when signing into Apple services from a new device or browser.
The results of the IAPP's 2015 Privacy Professional Salary Survey showed that women and men in the privacy industry pull down roughly the same salaries and follow similar career trajectories.
Uber has updated its privacy policies to use less legal jargon, be more concise and easier to understand.
Amnesty International and Privacy International proposed a seven-point plan on Friday to help protect human rights in the digital age.
Despite some police groups' opposition to the bill, the legislation was approved Wednesday by the state's Senate.
In the survey, 27 percent of kids aged 8 to 16 said they would meet, or have met, someone in person they first interacted with online.
A Florida high school teacher was suspended without pay for keeping a signal jammer in his class to prevent students from using their cell phones.
The PCI Security Standards Council revisions to PA-DSS addresses SSL vulnerabilities.
Shortly after Equifax sent out more than 300 envelopes containing confidential credit information to a Maine woman, three nationwide credit reporting agencies agree to make changes to their business processes.
Misperceptions about Tor - and who is using it - are preventing its wider acceptance, says security researcher Runa Sandvik. Adam Greenberg reports..
After 30-plus years as an official in the National Security Agency (NSA), William Binney has been speaking out about what he sees as the "very ugly path" his former employer, along with the FBI and CIA, are currently following.
Twenty New Jersey high school and middle school students are facing invasion of privacy charges following a "sexting" scandal.
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