Autonomous car developer Waymo has filed suit against Uber and its subsidiary Otto for theft of trade secrets and patent infringement, alleging that Otto's founder Anthony Levandowski stole IP from Waymo while he was still an employee there.
To combat alert fatigue among its security analysts, transportation service Uber applies specially customized data sets to flagged incidents to help distinguish between genuine threats and non-malicious activities.
A new survey shows that just 3 percent of IT security professionals believe their organization has the technology in place to deal with the most common cyber problems that they face.
The cybercrime landscape underwent several changes in 2016 with malicious actors taking a more "corporate" approach to their craft, which helped lead to even greater losses by business hit with a cyberattack.
Cyber-security blogger Brian Krebs spoke at Microsoft BlueHat IL on the psychology of the modern-day supervillain hacker and outlining key threats.
The WikiLeaks call to hackers went out just after presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway said on ABC's "This Week" that Trump would not release his returns.
A survey of 400 CIOs of large organisations in the US, UK and Germany finds majority fear they're fighting a losing battle, says company promoting micro-virtualisation as a new approach to security.
Julian Assange had promised to agree to extradition if President Obama commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence, but Obama said that pledge didn't influence his decision.
It's all about data security.
Just in time for the biggest online shopping day of the year, Cyber Monday, a new study from Bay Dynamics examines cyber risks online retailers face from their employees, whether permanent or contracted.