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Oh Hillary: You really thought using your own phone and your personal email address while serving as Secretary of State would be OK?
Google's Android for Work will protect sensitive corporate info in a private, encrypted data locker, making it safer to use personal mobile devices for your job.
It's not yet available for individual consumers, but after months of experiments in the dev channel Chrome OS remote disabling features are finally showing up.
Under pressure from falling phone sales, Samsung continues to court CIOs
As a freelancer, properly securing sensitive data can make or break your business and your future.
Attackers bypass defenses aganst macros with social engineering to install malware.
It sounds like something out of old spy movies, but it isn't.
Cyberattacks on the corporate sector have doubled in the past year, with targeted attacks and malicious campaigns leading the way.
The FIDO Alliance encourages stronger use of biometrics and hardware tokens instead of passwords to identify users.
Getting your employees to take cyber security seriously can be a challenge. Use this hands-on approach to get them invested in securing crucial data.
Researchers found similarities between the Trojan program used against Sony Pictures and others used in South Korea and Saudi Arabia
Changes to the suite's security features should make it easier for employees to become more active in protecting themselves from hackers.
EMET 5.1 fixes incompatibilities detected between certain mitigations and popular software programs
A rising number of devices are connecting to Backoff-related infrastructure, Damballa says.
The group targeted military agencies, embassies, defense contractors and media organizations, researchers from Trend Micro said