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.