Hints about Microsoft's plans regarding security, touchscreen support, and participating vendors fuel speculation about the refreshed operating system.
The Windows 8 feature that logs users in if they touch certain points in a photo in the right order might be fun, but it's not very good security, according to the inventor of RSA's SecurID token.
Tech heavy-hitters including Google and Microsoft and Savvis are joining a program built to fortify cloud security standards.
It's VMware's market to lose, and lose it could with Microsoft, Red Hat and Citrix making big strides.
SSL protects e-commerce, but there have been highly publicized breaches of certificate authorities and a hack that exploits a vulnerability in the protocol.
IBM's X-Force security research team says mobile application markets are a haven for malware, and expects double the mobile exploits this year.
A third of people with Internet access declared their online resources as important as their physical ones, according to an international poll by Cisco.
If you're in the market for Ethernet switches, now's the time to buy.
Hartford Insurance is selling new insurance targeted specifically at small businesses.
Attorney general says it's likely to get worse.
Wisegate mixes ideas from Yelp with Match.com for gated IT help site.
A trio of malicious e-mail messages have infected a mammoth army of computers, but the stricken troops are still awaiting orders.
New devices allow smartphone data communications from anywhere on Earth.
In their efforts to keep malware off their networks, some IT and security pros restrict end users' rights to install apps on company machines.
Files entrusted to cloud-storage provider Dropbox were susceptible to unauthorized access via three attacks devised by security researchers.