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The Department of Defense will employ hackers under a brave new scheme pioneered by a hacker gone straight, but will it work?
Russian security vendor Kaspersky Lab has released new versions of its security software for mobile devices to cover Android and the BlackBerry OS.
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Hoping to make Android more attractive to security-minded CIOs, Samsung has added encryption and integrated Cisco's AnyConnect VPN client on its latest...
Security requires an average of 16 days per month to manage and maintain--time and resources that SMBs don't have to spare.
Visa has excluded U.S. businesses from a worldwide program that encourages merchants to deploy more secure payment terminals.
By analyzing stolen user name and password details, researchers have discovered that people commonly use the same passwords on various Web sites, leaving them wide open to hack attacks.
Israeli company Trusteer is taking its Rapport secure browsing technology into mobile security for the first time, announcing a smartphone and tablet protection system.
A broad spectrum of IT people, including those close to security functions, appear to have little awareness of key security issues.
Researchers in Germany say they've been able to reveal passwords stored in a locked iPhone in just six minutes.
Chris Hadnagy gets paid to fool people, and he's gotten pretty good at it over the years. A co-founder of social-engineering.org and author of Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking, Hadnagy has been using manipulation tactics for more than a decade to show clients how criminals get inside information.
Looking to help customers strengthen data security, Intel said it will include stronger one-time password authentication in its upcoming 2nd Generation Intel...
Symantec Corporation introduces the latest Norton Mobile Security product announcement alongside survey results suggesting one in three U.S. citizens have had their phones lost or stolen.
Wikileaks defenders Anonymous are firing both barrels at a security researcher who promised to name people in the group. Aaron Barr vowed he’d expose organizers...