Some security tips, whether you plan on drinking and typing or not.
A gang of British teens has admitted to stealing and marketing credit card numbers and bank details worth an estimated $18 million.
Think you have nothing worth stealing? Think again.
Colorado justices play legal Twister to overturn conviction
Will the controversy surrounding the TSA's body scanners ever die down?
A lengthy review of the general state of biometrics raises questions about the reliability, accuracy and scalability of these technologies.
Security vendor Sophos has slammed a technology experiment, which saw a British scientist infect himself with a computer virus, as "scaremongering".
More than three months after establishing a new White House office for cybersecurity, President Barack Obama may finally be close to appointing someone to oversee it.
From disguised video security cams to GPS tracking loggers, personal security is going high-tech. But these gadgets bring up a host of sticky ethical and legal issues.