Files entrusted to cloud-storage provider Dropbox were susceptible to unauthorized access via three attacks devised by security researchers.
Technology deals led the charge in a resurgence of initial public stock offerings, accounting for 40% of the value of all IPOs in the second quarter, according to PwC.
Overall the top subjects of spam are pharmaceuticals, gambling and dating.
Anonymous has run up quite a score against lots of groups, but corporations are overlooking the real problem: their security is terrible.
Black Hat presenter is discussing vulnerabilities with Sophos, which says it's now making some changes to the security software.
Black Hat hasn't disappointed this year, from revealing a flaw that undercuts OSPF routing, defending Apple in the enterprise, and inviting hackers and crackers help the U.S. fight terrorists in cyberspace.
A researcher at Black Hat has revealed a vulnerability in the most common corporate router protocol that puts networks using it at risk of attacks.
Check Point Software has new, heavy-duty security gateway hardware for data centers and service providers, including one chassis that will grow to support a 1Tbps firewall.
Soon it will be practicable to take someone's photo on a smartphone and within minutes know their Social Security number and a range of other private data.
Some of the security experts gathering for conferences next week will test their break-in skills on their attendees.
Law enforcement may be interested to see if anyone actually shows up to this year to accept the annual Pwnie Award for Epic Ownage at Black Hat, since all the nominees face possible criminal charges.
Avaya is betting businesses want to respond as quickly as possible to attacks and criticisms launched from Twitter, Facebook and blogs.
The new Anonymous hacking school expects to release its first grads within a month, so watch for an effect on cybercrime.
With Cisco finally saying it will charge $750 for its Cius tablet, there's a lot of comparisons being made between it and the iPad.
Bragging rights, not profits again motivate "hactivist groups," exec suggests.