Ready to power on next week, the annual Black Hat Conference in Las Vegas promises to be the high-voltage event
With increasing frequency it seems agencies of the government are looking to tap into the public conscientiousness to gather information.
An eyeball reader on your smartphone? Advances in biometrics--and other authentication technologies--could help keep your personal information safer.
Security utility BioTrust uses face recognition to let you log on to Windows via webcam.
Facebook apologizes for its latest screw-up.
Everyone stop uploading photos of people to Facebook RIGHT NOW.
Lock down your computer, your home network, your identity--even your phone.
Operation Byzantine Hades pulls 'terabytes' of sensitive data over half a decade of success
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.
Two U.S. Senators today proposed a law that would prohibit the distribution or photographing of body images created by TSA scanners in airports.