Uber recently applied for a patent to use artificial intelligence to spot drunken drivers
American's traveling to Russia for the World Cup games have been advised to leave their personal electronic devices stateside.
Tapplock Smart locks contain several physical and digital vulnerabilities, each of which could allow an attacker to crack the lock with some attacks taking as little as two seconds to execute.
Mobile and IoT device manufacturers continue to ship products with the Android Debug Bridge feature automatically enabled -- a dangerous default setting that enables potential adversaries to connect to these devices.
Apple's newest enhancements to its Safari browser will inhibit websites and apps -- including Facebook -- from using cookies and fingerprinting techniques to track users across the internet.
Buffalo Wild Wings apologized for a series of racist and vulgar tweets sent from its Twitter account which appears to have been hacked Friday night.
Apple released security updates for macOS High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Safari, Windows iCloud, Safari and other Appel operating systems.
Mobile users who download untrustworthy apps on their phone often agree to dangerous permissions requests that give attackers essentially unfettered access to their devices' data and functions -- as demonstrated yesterday by two New York State Cyber Command employees at SC Media's RiskSec NY 2018 conference.
The biometric side of the cybersecurity equation is getting ready to put fingerprint readers in its rear-view mirror as newer technologies coming into the market prove more capable.
ZTE was also pegged by the intelligence community as posing a security risk to the U.S. after researchers discovered backdoors in its Android phones that could allow the monitoring of user behavior.
A glitch in T-Mobile's employee website allowed anyone to look up customer account details.
Mozilla announced the rollout of its two-step verification program for all Firefox Accounts designed without support for SMS-based codes.
The Confucius cybergang has recently altered its social engineering campaign in its on-going attempt to download Android malware on its victims.
While Barack Obama's Blackberry use was restricted during his presidency and former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton was pilloried for using her private smart device for work purposes, President Trump still wields at least two two devices issued to him by the government.
Researchers from various universities conducted what was described as the first large-scale study of apps used by stalkers to track their intimate partners.
A recently discovered a DNS hijacking campaign that was found spreading banking trojan malware to Android smartphone users largely in Asia has expanded it reach to iOS and PC users as well, while targeting speakers of 27 different languages.
The second campaign from the "Sun Team" hacking group managed to sneak its way into the Google Play Store that actively targeted North Korean defectors.
The hacker at the very least snatched a spreadsheet that housed 2,800 logins and passwords.
The Trump administration is working to lift sanctions on the Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE despite top intelligence officials' warnings that the company poses a security risk to the U.S.
Google is looking into the possibility of requiring device manufacturers to regularly patch their devices, by incorporating such a provision into future OEM agreements, Google head of Android security David Kleidermacher announced in a presentation at the Google I/O Developer Conference last week.
Senators from Connecticut and Massachusetts have asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether or not Google, through its Android devices, has deceitfully gathered geo-location data from device users.
Wyden demands FCC probe into wireless carriers allowing law enforcement "unrestricted" access to location data
Noting that law enforcement can obtain location data by going through a Securus web portal, Wyden asked what carriers were doing to prevent abuse of private customer data.
Google's latest stable channel update for the Windows, Mac and Linux versions of Chrome fixes four vulnerabilities, including a critical bug that can lead to sandbox escape.
Cybercriminals were spotted using the likes of a former adult film star to spread a multiplatform spyware disguised as an adult game.
LG on Monday released a security update fixing a high-severity remote code execution vulnerability found in the default keyboards of all its mainstream smartphone models.
A Harman International auto entertainment system was once again at the center of a potential car hacking issue as Dutch researchers have used the device's Wi-Fi connection to exploit an open port enabling remote code execution.
SC Media's Rob Abel chats with DHS S&T's Vincent Sritapan discusses the adoption of mobile security solutions for federal agencies.
Dem lawmakers ask White House, Secret Service, for answers on security of Trump's personal Android use
Rep. Ted Lieu and Rep. Ruben Gallego have asked the White House Communications Agency, the Secret Service and the ODNI to answer a series of questions about the security of President Trump's personal Android use.
Researchers released a coldboot vulnerability in Nintendo Switch devices which allows attackers to run full unauthenticated arbitrary code execution.
Apple on Tuesday released security updates for the Safari browser and its MacOS and iOS operating systems, fixing a total of four vulnerabilities.