I see a lot of friends and family on the social networks freely sharing their location. I can understand why they would, but I'll never approve.
Sophos Senior Technology Consultant Graham Cluley agrees with a BitDefender study showing Facebook as a growing attack vector for smartphone malware.
A new report from Fortinet predicts the bad guys will hire re-enforcements to stay ahead of botnet takedowns.
Feeling lost somewhere in the middle of the WikiLeaks drama? Here's a timeline to help you sort things out.
Google. Twitter. Government websites. Fortune 500 companies. All have been victims of crippling distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
Despite the value many companies see in cloud computing, a lot of you are still afraid of the security implications, according to a survey.
More people use their Apple devices for work, and more IT shops allow it. Naturally, security concerns abound. Here are a few.
Despite the security drawbacks, it's hard to resist the allure of these devices that may make work more efficient.
Analysis from Security Wisdom Watch: Social network providers can be as reckless as the users who Tweet and Facebook their way into hackers' hands.
How Hollywood's new blockbuster reflects today's security industry.
How botnets and application vulnerabilities have made DDoS attacks more damaging than ever before, and what you can do to fight back.
DDoS attacks are back in the headlines. Thanks to the rapid proliferation of botnets, the threat may be bigger than the bad guys had even planned.
Curious about what's going to happen to our critical IT infrastructure in 2010? Here, IT security luminaries Mark Weatherford, CISO for California State, and Dan...