The attackers appear to be gathering broad intelligence about visitors to three websites, FireEye says
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski announced Friday he will soon step down, following months of rumors that he would resign early this year.
Google will cooperate with any investigations into allegations that it bypassed privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser, the company said, after a news report...
Google's plan to share user data across its online services will have little effect on users of the company's enterprise, government and education application...
The U.S. Department of State should investigate Huawei Technologies' reported sale of mobile phone tracking equipment to an Iranian mobile operator and consider...
AT&T has asked a judge to put on hold the U.S. Department of Justice's lawsuit to block its merger with T-Mobile USA while the two companies decide whether to move forward with the deal.
The Justice Department and Customs agents have seized the domain names of 150 websites accused of selling counterfeit products.
Physical attacks can be a legitimate response to some cyberattacks, the DOD says.
A group questions the government's process for shutdowns, but corporate sites are likely protected under safe-harbor provisions.
Cybersecurity may be top of mind for Congress this year, but the whole 'kill switch' thing is overblown.
Operation Trident Breach is part of an ongoing effort to take down a criminal empire that stole $70 million from victims' bank accounts over several years.
Facebook has resolved privacy issues raised in a 2008 complaint, the Canadian privacy commissioner says.
Intel settles an antitrust agreement with the U.S. FTC.
Sony's new e-reader will feature 3G Internet access and has a price tag of $400.
A Tennessee man is indicted for accessing Sarah Palin's Yahoo e-mail account.