A new study from Aruba Networks highlights some of the trends and challenges IT professionals face as they try to keep up with the pace of mobility.
As the world turns its attention to the soccer tournament in Brazil, attackers will ramp up efforts to exploit interest in the global sporting event. Beware of these four likely tactics.
A new report from Imperva reveals a small but persistent minority is responsible for most comment spam.
There are seven new security bulletins this month, but the Internet Explorer update is the most crucial.
Targeted social engineering schemes are on the rise and your security suite can't protect you.
Apple unveiled a number of features that will integrate iOS 8 with Mac OS X Yosemite but what about iPhone and iPad owners who use Windows?
KnowBe4 is so confident in its security awareness training it is offering to pay ransomware demands if a user falls victim to a crypto-ransom attack.
Government agencies and private companies cooperated to take down a widespread malicious botnet. But others will inevitably replace it. Here are some tips to defend yourself.
In the wake of revealing that it was the victim of a data breach, researchers have discovered that the eBay site also suffers from serious security issues.
Office Mobile (of course), OneNote, Skype, Yammer and more have iPhone apps that can help you keep working as you move from PC to iPhone and back again.
eBay is directing users to reset passwords in the wake of a massive data breach, but the much larger risk is from the theft of sensitive personal information that could be used to compromise other accounts.
Box for Android 3.0's overhauled interface makes it easier to find and use your files.
Microsoft is expected to unveil a smaller version of the Surface tablet tomorrow, but bigger would give a better productivity boost.
Attackers are planting fake antimalware apps in popular mobile app stores, but they're not hard to spot if you know what to look for.
Despite much criticism, the FCC is pushing forward with the first step toward formalizing new rules that could result in the end of the Internet as we know it.