Don't-Miss Firewall Stories
Worried about lousy cloud security? There's plenty of lousy security in other areas as well.
Two recent developments have shown how the Internet is creaking at the seams with old age, but new developments might destroy the Net as we know it.
IT executives fear security problems, but from almost every other perspective, including that of end-users, cloud computing makes a lot of sense.
Can cloud-based computing be made more secure in the future using what crypto geeks call "fully homomorphic encryption" to send data as "encrypted blobs."
Could much-despised Digital Rights Management (DRM) be an equitable solution to cloud security concerns?
Recent trends and changes in attitudes might mean that distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks become commonplace, and a significant Internet nuisance.
Hackers just keep devising new ways to target Facebook and Amazon.com users. Read up on these five threats before you're "spear phished"--or worse.
Reading the news of Egypt's Internet crackdown, CIOs around the world may be wondering how their companies would fare if such a situation happened in their home.
OpenDNS has shared details of the Websites most blacklisted using its services. Its list includes obvious names as well as a handful of surprises.
A Web hack that can endanger online banking transactions is ranked the No. 1 new Web hacking technique for 2010 in a top 10 list selected by a panel of experts.
With attackers focusing on social media and online services, expect far-reaching flash attacks.
A piece of banking malware that researchers have been keeping an eye on is adding more sophisticated capabilities to stay hidden on victims' PCs.
An ingenious piece of Android malware can steal credit card details from your smartphone, but it doesn't signify a security apocalypse.