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Affected organizations today pay 23 percent more than they would have in 2013
Plaintiffs allege that by scanning emails of people who don't use Yahoo Mail, the company violates federal and California wiretapping laws
Hyundai rolls with Android Auto... EMC grabs cloud management company... IRS lost data on 100,000 taxpayers
They first dug up Social Security data, dates of birth and street addresses through other sources
Your computer is no longer the only thing that needs protecting. Malware, phishing, smishing, and all kinds of exploits threaten your mobile devices.
One vulnerability could let attackers compromise NAS boxes and data stored on them
Charter wins Time Warner with $55 million bid...Jony Ive moves upstairs at Apple... Sharp shows off its slow-mo phone
They're likely counting on some employees misusing such terminals to browse the Web or check their personal email at work
Researchers found a Web attack tool designed specifically to exploit vulnerabilities in routers and hijack their DNS settings
Whether you just joined Facebook or you're pushing 10K followers on Twitter, here's how to stay safe while using social media.
The full database may contain payment card data, highly sought after by fraudsters
A bill to extend certain provisions of the Patriot Act to July 31 was also blocked
The Senate may work into the weekend to find a deal on extending portions of the Patriot Act
Researchers recovered access credentials, emails, text messages and other sensitive information from wiped Android phones.
Adult Friend Finder was breached more than two months ago, according to a dark Web forum