Lawmakers have sent another letter to the Facebook executive questioning the site's data-sharing practices.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) could soon release new guidelines for banks to use when authenticating users to online banking
WikiLeaks officials deny claims by a security firm that it has obtained some sensitive documents on P2P networks rather than from anonymous whistleblowers.
The passive keyless entry and start systems supported by many modern cars are susceptible to attacks that allow thieves to relatively easily steal the vehicles.
Three employees at Tucson's University Medical Center have been fired for improperly accessing victims' medical records.
Wikileaks.org, the whistleblower organization's main Web site, is back up in the U.S.
The loosely-knit Anonymous hacker group Friday called its attacks against perceived foes of WikiLeaks a symbolic protest.
The loosely-knit group of hackers dubbed Anonymous today apparently failed in its effort to launch a DDoS attack on Amazon.com.
The attacks against MasterCard by WikiLeaks supporters that knocked the credit card company's Web site offline today may have caused more problems than previously thought.
Efforts to slow or halt the release of sensitive documents by WikiLeaks have only made the whstleblower site add strong protections from a potential takeover...
WikiLeaks will soon release internal documents from a major U.S.-based bank, its founder told Forbes.com Monday.
The White House has ordered all federal agencies to review systems for protecting sensitive data due to the latest release of potentially damaging classified information on Wikileaks.
A rerouting's "scattershot nature" supports an error, not sabotage, an Internet traffic monitoring firm suggests.
A report submitted to Congress on Wednesday by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission expressed concerns over what the commission claims is China's ability to manipulate Internet traffic.