The main British Royal Navy Web site has been hacked.
Big bad malware and zero-day attacks that fly under the radar of anti-virus software are hitting enterprises everywhere. With that in mind, HBGary is coming out...
War crimes -- brutal genocide, mass executions, ethnic cleansing, torture -- have spurred international efforts by the United Nations to investigate and convict...
Is this year turning out to be even worse for getting hacked than last year? That's what a survey of 350 IT and network professionals would indicate.
Cisco today announced a multi-function security appliance that combines a firewall with VPN support, plus an intrusion-prevention system (IPS).
How widespread is business use of cloud computing? The results of one survey published Tuesday suggest use of both public and private clouds has real momentum.
A lengthy review of the general state of biometrics raises questions about the reliability, accuracy and scalability of these technologies.
What's one of the biggest insider threats to the corporate network? The high-tech folks that put it together, make changes to it, and know what's on it.
The U.S. military is taking cloud computing into rugged terrain in Afghanistan, where the basic hardware and software technology is being packed into mobile boxes.
$1.5 billion buyout fits with HP's IT management business.
Two e-mail-delivered viruses -- "Here You Have" and "David Leadbetter's One Point Lesson" may have a particular mission.
Symantec Tuesday unveiled updated storage and backup gear, giving Enterprise Vault 9.0 new tools for lawyers.
Intel's announced acquisition of McAfee is prompting shareholders to threaten lawsuits over whether the buy is in McAfee's best interest.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard 2.0 will be out at the beginning of September.
Articles by Ellen Messmer