Dell, through its Kace unit, is making available free Web browser security software that works by creating a protective "sandbox" on the desktop to isolate the...
Bluetooth wireless making it easy to retrieve stolen card numbers from gas pumps.
More than two thirds of IT professionals surveyed admitted they've accessed data that wasn't relevant to their work.
Your IT department shouldn't be responsible for risks associated with employee use of social media Web sites.
The good, the bad and the ugly of data-loss prevention tools and technologies got a solid once over from Gartner, who spared no punches.
Hundreds of thousands of Facebook users are falling victim to yet another rogue application, this one identified as a video claiming to show a teacher nearly...
Sophos has added a cloud-based threat analysis and blocking capability called Live Protection to its endpoint software for anti-malware and intrusion-detection.
For decades, Symantec and McAfee have fostered a tit-for-tat rivalry that makes the old Hatfields and McCoys feud look tame by comparison.
Facebook users are falling for yet another clickjacking scam that fools them into "liking" a page.
Hundreds of thousands of Facebook users were hit over the holiday weekend by a trick that spreads a clickjacking worm once the victim has been fooled into "liking" a page. Once that is done the action installs a Trojan and recommends the page to the victim's friends.
Cyber attacks, pandemics and electromagnetic disturbances are the three top "high impact" risks to the U.S. and Canadian power-generation grids, according to a report from the North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC).
Wal-Mart wants to see chip-and-pin payment cards adopted in the United States in effort to better secure financial transactions, according to a report from the...
Security firms are warning Facebook users to beware of what's being called the "Candid Camera Prank" attack recently spotted on Facebook that tries to use the lure of a sexy video of a scantily clad woman on a bicycle.
As if McAfee's bad antivirus update last week wasn't bad enough, some customers were none too happy with how the security vendor's tech support handled the situation.