An epic Bitcoin heist has shut down an illegal online marketplace. Sounds like a movie straight out of Hollywood, but this is all too real.
Post-Snowden paranoia has opened the door for lots of Internet security solutions - some of which are part of the problem.
Black Friday & Cyber Monday are two of the biggest online shopping days of the year. Scammers are out in force and shoppers using their smartphone might be the most vulnerable.
Using a new twist on the old techinque of wire tapping, the NSA may have tapped fiber-optic cables to gather information without anyone knowing about it.
There are many website issues surrounding Obamacare, but one could compromise our personal data.
A new report suggests that the public cloud may be being utilized by Chinese hackers to get at American data.
Technology exists where we can render our smartphones completely useless if it gets stolen, but the phone carriers don’t want us to have it.
A private FBI memo suggests that the hacktivist group may have compromised the security of several government agencies.
Despite serious security concerns, many companies are leaping headfirst into the cloud.
A new study shows that top-level execs with bad computer habits are causing major security concerns for IT departments.
Internet Explorer hit with a new Zero-Day exploit.
A Bitcoin user, reported to be just over 18 years old, lost over $1 million in two separate thefts.
Apple released a document detailing what data its released to governments around the world.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt spoke out about the recent NSA revelations with some pretty harsh rhetoric.
New documents from the international fugitive and whistleblower Edward Snowden suggest that the NSA is seeing even more than we thought.
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