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The U.S. Congress may need to create stiffer penalties for criminal computer hacking to deter the growing number of attacks on U.S. government agencies and businesses, some lawmakers said Wednesday.
If your company's site has been hacked, there's a new Google resource that offers help.
Cyberattacks are near the top of the list of most serious threats facing the U.S., with the rivaling concerns about terrorism and North Korea, intelligence officials with President Barack Obama's administration said.
Microsoft released seven new security bulletins for the March Patch Tuesday, including one for a vulnerability that seems straight from a movie thriller.
A top U.S. official called on China to investigate and stop cyberattacks, which he said pose a growing threat to the countries' economic relationship.
Despite the promise of hefty rewards, hackers failed to fell Google's Linux-based OS last week.
Tripwire stunned the security industry with news that it has entered into an agreement to purchase nCircle.
Kaspersky Lab's Internet Security 2013 product contains a bug that can be exploited remotely, especially on local networks, to completely freeze the operating system on computers running the software.
Security experts have defined the 20 most important security controls any organization should make now. Start with these four.
The sheer number of patches may seem daunting, but pay attention to the IE browser's vulnerabilities and fix them now.
Microsoft today announced it will deliver seven security updates next week, four of them rated "critical," to patch Internet Explorer, Windows, Office, SharePoint Server and the Silverlight media software.
IT admins now have more control over how workers use Chrome OS devices, covering areas like Web browsing, cookie acceptance and plug-in management.
The Evernote hack is just the latest breach illustrating the need for two-factor authentication. Evernote is smart to take action.
This latest vulnerability report follows a week after the same company reported two other holes in Oracle's plug-in
Oracle released emergency patches for Java on Monday to address two critical vulnerabilities, one of which is actively being exploited by hackers in targeted attacks.