The cybersecurity and privacy communities have an abundance of advice for Donald Trump as he plots his cyber strategy.
The administration has hinted at cybersecurity policy, but no definitive strategy has emerged.
More than 950,000 user accounts of the Coachella music festival allegedly are being sold on the dark web's Tochka marketplace through data trader who goes by the handle Berkut.
Heimdal Security researchers spotted a new spam campaign carrying the TeamSpy data-stealing malware.
Research shows different ways of how advertisers track internet users without their consent.
DHS's Gen. John Kelly told Congress his department was considering requesting social media passwords from those entering the U.S. from seven countries named in the Trump administration's ban list.
A recent study found 63 percent of respondents rated their knowledge of "the cyber" security as being higher or equal to the likes of President Donald Trump.
International football star David Beckham has seen sensitive and embarrassing emails published after a company he works with, Doyen Global, rejected a hacker's ransom demand.
The company must also prominently disclose its policies for collecting and sharing data and obtain express consent from customers.
A suspected arsonist is behind bars after police used data gleaned from the man's pacemaker with a warrant to charge him with felony arson and insurance fraud, a trend that worries privacy groups.
An employee payroll manager responded to a phishing email requesting employee information.
An unidentified hacker reportedly breached the XBOX 360 and PlayStation Portable ISO forums compromising 2.5 million gamer accounts.
Apple quietly removed the Activation Lock Status checker feature leaving some speculating it may have been used for hacking. .
The report found at least 25 different offices used by the agencies including FBI, Department of Justice, State Department, and others.
Nearly half (45 percent) of NHS trusts scan for application vulnerabilities just once a year. Less than eight percent do so on a daily basis.
ESET researchers have offered programmers a few tips for spotting vulnerable code and how to correct them before they make it into your system.
Dr. Web researchers spotted a Linux trojan, dubbed Linux.Proxy.10 that has been used to infect thousands of Linux devices.
The firm has previously gotten in trouble for the mishandling of customer data.
Despite their distrust in companies to properly secure personal data, Americans frequently neglect to properly secure their own data.
A bipartisan group of legislators recently proposed a bill that would call for industry professionals to study how to secure connected vehicles.
Ethically questionable for-profit breach notification site LeakedSource has apparently vanished after beign raided by law enforcement.
It is not yet clear if or how Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer and others are using the email system.
Facebook is celebrating Data Privacy Day by introducing the new Privacy Basics feature to control who see what its users share on the platform.
ESET researchers predict the next step in the evolution of ransomware is "jackware" or ransomware designed to target connected devices.
Three quarters of organisations plan to expand their data protection capabilities with encryption as GDPR deadline looms.
The court's decision not to rehear the Microsoft case means it's likely that the Supreme Court will hear the case or that Congress will take action to update the Stored Communications Act.
Zscaler researchers have spotted The SpyNote RAT with a full range of surveillance features posing as the Netflix app.
New York State legislators are following a trend of proposing legislation to protect citizens from warrantless stingray surveillance.
The breach of a third party vendor resulted in Virginia-based Sentara Healthcare notifying more than 5,000 patients about their information being compromised.