Nearly eight months after new rules were enacted requiring stronger protection of health care information, organizations are still leaking such data on P2P networks according to a new study.
Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander, head of the National Security Agency, will also take charge of the U.S. military's recently created Cyber Command.
Some within the industry insist that the former San Francisco city government network administrator was punished for doing his job, others disagree.
81 months prison for hacking into online brokerage accounts and using those accounts to manipulate stock prices for personal gain.
Several senior staff members at the US SEC retreated to online porn during the 2008 financial meltdown.
A federal judge in New York has denied bail to a former trader at Societe Generale who was arrested earlier this week for allegedly stealing proprietary...
A person who forgot to remove a thumb drive from a shared computer that he was using waived his privacy claims to the content on that device, a federal judge...
FBI agents did not violate alleged hacker David Kernells Fourth Amendment rights when they searched through the entire contents of his computer in connection with their investigation.
The episode highlighted cyberthreats facing the United States, but it's not a war -- yet.
Sophos describes new technology "Protection through Distraction" to be incorporated into future versions of its software.
A new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office shows that the Transportation Security Administration plans to install more than double the number...
A judge approves Facebook's offer to pay $9.5 million for a privacy foundation that promotes online privacy.
One key recommendation of the National Broadband Plan calls for closer cooperation between the FCC and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on security matters.
Documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) shows complaints have been lodged with the Transportation Security Administration over the use of whole body scanners at U.S. airports.
The recent cyberattacks against Google and others may have been the work of amateurs, a security firm suggests.