Anyone using RSA SecurID two-factor authentication tokens for remote access to sensitive information should reconsider using them until RSA, which last week admitted to a major breach of its network, clarifies exactly what was compromised, says NSS Labs.
The day is nearing, many say, when your smartphone will be your wallet, letting you make purchases as stored cash or credit that will be wirelessly accepted.
RSA is scrambling to reaffirm that the strength of its SecurID technology is not diminished.
RSA suffered a sophisticated cyberattack in which attackers obtained some type of information about its SecurID product.
Google is neither confirming nor denying a Bloomberg report Tuesday that the search giant plans to soon start testing a mobile-payment service at stores.
Whitelisting technology that prevents unauthorized software from running on corporate servers and PCs is a way to prevent malware attacks but managing the package keeps the Burton Group, a division of Gartner, from recommending it as a substitute for traditional antivirus software.
Last week's revelation that over 50 apps in the Google Android market were malware-laden has shaken up Google and the security industry to its core.
The FBI today said it's made a long-awaited switch from its Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) to an upgraded, faster one the FBI calls Advanced Fingerprint Information Technology
While devices such as the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Android are in most cases welcomed into the corporate world, there's uncertainty about how to fit them.
What's "pervasive memory scraping" and why is it considered by SANS Institute security researchers to be among the most dangerous attack techniques likely to be used in coming the coming year?
Cisco has unveiled a self-described "complicated" security architecture dubbed SecureX that it says provides a context-aware way to safeguard networks increasingly overrun with smartphones, tablets and virtualization.
Lenovo announced at the RSA Conference Monday that its ThinkPad laptops and ThinkCentre desktops now support anti-theft and encryption capabilities aimed at minimizing the chance of data falling into the wrong hands when computers are lost or stolen.
Looking to help customers strengthen data security, Intel said it will include stronger one-time password authentication in its upcoming 2nd Generation Intel...
Can cloud-based computing be made more secure in the future using what crypto geeks call "fully homomorphic encryption" to send data as "encrypted blobs."