The cybersecurity and privacy communities have an abundance of advice for Donald Trump as he plots his cyber strategy.
One errant character in a coding string caused a buffer overrun which, in turn, led to a memory leak that dumped personal data in plaintext from a variety of Cloudflare's customers' sites.
Eighty-eight percent of hackers surveyed at the 2016 DEF CON conference claimed they can compromise a target in less than 12 hours, while 81 percent said they can identify and exfiltrate a target's data in the same amount of time.
The administration has hinted at cybersecurity policy, but no definitive strategy has emerged.
Researchers out to demonstrate inherent weaknesses in the SHA-1 internet security standard announced they had broken the legacy cryptographic algorithm using a so-called collision attack.
Huawei Technologies has released a new software update that patches a privilege escalation vulnerability in its Huawei Themes mobile app that could ultimately result in arbitrary code execution.
An encrypted messaging app called Confide is being used in Washington DC by White House staffers to leak embarrassing or sensitive information.
In the ongoing antitrust case brought against Ticketmaster by rival SongKick, Ticketmaster is accused of using information stolen from SongKick by ex-employee.
Researchers are closer to uncovering the miscreant behind a deadly cyberattack that affected thousands of computers used by government and civil organizations in the Gulf states.
A trio of high-level Congressional staffers gathered at the 2017 RSA Conference this week in a joint session that sought to explore possible responses to Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, as well as future deterrents that might prevent future foreign cyberattacks.
Parents in Germany are being advised to destroy a talking doll called Cayla because its IoT technology could be accessed by outsiders.
Congressman Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) has asked the House Oversight Committee to investigate whether or not President Trump is jeopardizing national security by using an unsecured Android mobile device.
Last year was not a great time for companies targeted by distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) - with the average peak size increasing by 167 percent, according to a new report from VeriSign.
A panel of esteemed cryptographers at RSA 2017 expressed doubt over artificial intelligence's applicability in the cybersecurity space, tossing cold water on what otherwise appeared to be a hot technology at the conference.
IT security teams are unaware of nearly two-thirds of custom apps, according to a new report from the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and Skyhigh Networks.
Determined not to be the next Sony Pictures, film production company New Regency Productions is currently testing a proof-of-concept for moving its business operations to the cloud, while securing its creative content and employee information with access management techniques.
Sales of smart home devices are expected to reach $1.4 billion by 2021, a 500 percent increase from the $90 million in 2016, according to new research from Ovum.
After reports emerged of Trump and Japan's Shinzo Abe discussing North Korea's missile test in a Mar-a-Lago dining room, House Oversight Chair Jason Chaffetz wants answers about security.
Adobe released security updates on Tuesday for Adobe Flash Player, while the usual Patch Tuesday fixes from Microsoft were put on hold.
Survey from consulting firm shows there is still much work to do to identify and protect the 'crown jewels' of mission critical data.
The Mirai botnet continued as one of the largest threats in the fourth quarter, a new study from Akamai found.
Intel Security's Chris Young: Attackers not just compromising home devices, they're weaponizing them
Adversaries are changing their tactics from compromising and stealing data from vulnerable home devices to weaponizing them, warned Christopher Young, SVP and general manager at Intel Security, at the 2017 RSA Conference.
A third of companies in the U.S. were breached in 2016, according to a study from Bitdefender issued on Tuesday.
The Cyber Threat Alliance tonight officially introduced Michael Daniel, former special assistant to the president and cybersecurity coordinator for the White House, as its very first president.
The attacks that took place and malware spotted during last several months of 2016 were a harbinger of things to come in 2017, with more IoT attacks, Mac products being targeted and more Android malware.
In a recent interview the director of the new National Cyber Security Centre, Ciaran Martin gave the Sunday Times a glimpse of defending the UK government from cyber-attack.
The White House has reportedly fired its chief information security officer Cory Louie, leaving another key internal cybersecurity position less than a month after former Federal CISO Gregory Touhill resigned from his post.
Mobile application security is becoming a tougher battle to wage for organizations, as these apps are demanding more access to users' data, reports Karen Epper Hoffman.
A coalition of tech has formed to secure the connected cars of the future.