Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston advises new doctor to not 'friend' patients on Facebook.
A survey of more than 4,000 mobile-device users and IT professionals shows wildly abundant use of mobile devices.
ICS-CERT takes unusual step of issuing public warning to raise awareness.
The goal is to give IT managers a way to perform a wide variety of security checks on both the servers, usually virtualized, and the data they use in public and hybrid clouds.
Hackers are always hunting to find business-logic flaws, especially on the Web.
More of those problems are originating from laptops and mobile devices rather than a human slip-up in handling paper documents.
Cyberattacks are starting to eclipse terrorism as a threat to the country, say top officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The fake "Roar of the Pharaoh" Android game app is actually the latest Trojan Scam, security researchers warn.
An annual review of global security threats identifies the U.S. and Canada as the primary source of malware attack focus.
A study of how 31 popular open-source code libraries were downloaded over the past 12 months found that more than a third of the 1,261 versions of these libraries had a known vulnerability and about a quarter of the downloads were tainted.
Symantec this week put the focus on its mobile security strategy by planning to buy Nukona.
Researchers at Kaspersky tracked down a Trojan malware that was signed with a stolen digital certificate, now disabled.
The Internal Revenue Service isn't doing such a great job of protecting its key financial and tax-processing systems, according to the GAO.
They're out there, say security researchers, who are trying to catch them.
Companies are grappling with the question of whether and how to let employees use their own smartphones and tablets at work.