The FBI said it arrested a computer programmer in New York this week and charged him with stealing proprietary software code from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Federal watchdogs this week issued a report on what information is available to help government agencies and public sector companies bulk up their cybersecurity efforts.
Authorities warn of an increase in the use of Gameover, which e-mail phishing scheme that invokes the names of prominent government financial institutions.
It was the year we found that horses help build the Internet, Apple has all the money in the world, and way more wackiness.
Hungarian software maker Graphisoft commissions a life-size sculpture of Apple's Steve Jobs.
It wasn't a good security year, from the RSA break-in to hacks on Sony, Google, and Facebook
The security of cloud computing is often debated but such debates seem to be over for the general tasked with running the United States military's cyber command, who sees the technology not only as way to rein in IT costs but a way to more easily protect IT assets.
Oncoming applications, communications technology and security make this a once-sided argument.
At the annual presentation of Gartner's popular Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends presentation, Cearley offered the following examples of the way the tech world is changing.
Research out of the UK says that perhaps as many as 200,00 people have been victims of online romance scams.
Barnes & Noble is purchasing bankrupt Borders' database, which contains information regarding 48 million customers. Customers will have 15 days to opt out of the system.
Facial recognition technology is on the rise and the FTC is taking notice.
UK man convicted a mobile phone while driving, having no insurance and not being in a position to have proper control