The vote, which had been anticipated and hotly debated, was cast along party lines.
The Federal Communications Commission blamed a website slowdown to DDoS attacks not a charge of protests led by "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver.
Threat Sharing should be a two-way street with all parties sharing relevant information with each other.
People in several Central and South American countries who want nothing more than to watch video online are being hit with a trojans that redirects the viewers to a new URL that contains malicious content.
While he didn't offer many details of the new plans - those will be released Thursday - Ajit Pai called the regulations on the internet adopted by the FCC two years ago, "heavy handed" and politically motivated.
A London police officer has purchased malware for mobile phones and computers that can intercept calls, emails and more.
Malicious hackers are taking advantage of broken internet infrastructure that could be fixed, said NCSC technical director Ian Levy in his keynote speech yesterday at CRESTCon & IISP Congress 2017.
As part of its #NoHacked campaign, Google has published figures on the state of website security, and the trend doesn't look good.
More than half of the internet traffic is already HTTPS encrypted for the sake of higher security. However, the encrypted traffic is used by cyber-criminals as well to hide their malicious activities from detection.
The US Federal Communications Commission has bowed to the telecoms lobby in blocking a regulation which would make ISPs take 'reasonable measures' to protect customer data.
"Cybersecurity is a service and the service is enterprise is risk management," City of San Diego Chief Information Security Officer, Deputy Director Gary Hayslip
A bipartisan group of legislators recently proposed a bill that would call for industry professionals to study how to secure connected vehicles.
Mozilla issued two security advisories covering Firefox and Firefox ESR that between them contain 33 security patches, five rated as critical.
Adobe's first Patch Tuesday of 2017 features 42 critical security fixes for its Flash Player and other products.
The holiday spirit was not lost on everyone as Kaspersky Labs researchers came across what the company believes are some white hat hackers trying to recover stolen data.
Flaws in Microsoft's Edge's SmartScreen feature is allowing tech support scammers to push out warnings that falsely state a website is dangerous.
A Tor executive has confirmed that a zero-day vulnerability impacting Tor and Firefox has been spotted being used to execute malicious code, but it has been reported to Mozilla, according to ARS Technica.
Security fears and complicated sign-up forms are hindering internet users in the UK from using public Wi-Fi.
A privacy-focused search engine, Startpage.com, will no longer be including Yahoo search results in its work.
The National Security Agency (NSA) blamed a partial shutdown of NSA.gov on a storm that hit its headquarters earlier this week.
One of the more frightening possible result from the seemingly endless stream of hacks taking place is that they degrade public trust in the internet and this could lead to a serious fall off in worker productivity.
Security certifications can land you a better job, but companies are also looking for people who can communicate and manage projects, reports Steve Zurier.
The Cyber Security Delphi initiative will solicit input from security specialists and create an affirmative agenda to move internet security forward.
A Turkish certificate authority (CA) accidentally issued two intermediate, or chained, digital certificates, one of which was used by the holder to mimic legitimate websites and launch attacks.
Stuxnet kicked things off, and since then, there's been an explosion in sophisticated viruses targeting businesses and critical infrastructure in the Gulf region. But, prevention is still an option.
In the age of mobile, social and cloud, the so-called perimeter that businesses have been protecting for years is now dead.
Experts said the light patch load addresses issues that aren't considered high-risk, but the monthly update from Microsoft also includes a new requirement that encryption algorithms on RSA certificates meet a certain key length.
The personally identifiable information found on social networks are a gateway for hackers to get access to the heart of the information they truly desire.
Microsoft plugged 26 vulnerabilities, and Adobe shored up 26 of its own as part of a monster Patch Tuesday. Each company is grappling with an active exploit as well.
The head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) offered the agency's assistance to Public Safety Minister Vic Toews to make the government's controversial internet surveillance bill more palatable.