Cybersecurity proposals submitted to Congress this week contain little that was new or unexpected.
No personal data could have been passed to third parties, company says
LastPass Friday rescinded its day-old order that all users of its online password management system reset their master passwords due to a database breach.
LastPass, an online password management provider, is forcing its users to change their master passwords after detecting what it described as a "traffic anomaly."
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs takes responsibility for major breach of systems in her office, and outlined changes to be made to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Sony's apparent difficulty in figuring out the extent of the damage from the recent intrusion into its PlayStation Network, while frustrating for those affected by it, is not too surprising given the bag of tricks that hackers employ to hide their tracks.
Several news services are reporting that the son of Eugene Kaspersky, founder of the Moscow-based security firm Kaspersky Labs, has been kidnapped for ransom in Russia.
Digital battles are likely to come as denial-of-service attacks and phishing rather than an attack on the power grid, a researcher says.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that the government can confiscate computers from travelers at border locations, and then transport the devices to distant locations for inspection.
Here's what you need to know about the Epsilon breach, which some people are describing as the worst of its kind.
Bank of America has hired a new CISO as it continues its effort to bolster security after WikiLeaks claimed to have obtained sensitive internal documents from a former bank worker.
If there is a cyberwar with China, as described in a new hypothetical scenario, it will not necessarily involve power grids being knocked offline.
The personal information of 13,000 individuals who had filed compensation claims with BP after last years disastrous oil spill may have been potentially compromised.
Intel's McAfee unit is the latest major security vendor to move to buy a maker of tools to protect databases.
Companies seeking to glean insights from terabytes or even petabytes of data are turning to open-source Hadoop software to do the job.