From connected guns to wearables for canine units, the IoT is spurring change in the law enforcement field.
Monitors behaviour of people inside the network instead of trying to keep them out
Interest is growing but sandardsa nd interoperability issues remain
Google has announced 2-Step Verification using a USB Security Key. But what is 2-Step verification and should more people use it?
Android 5.0 is Google's sweetest security update so far
The precise circumstances are unclear, but it's becoming obvious that MSE in some cases detects a DOS/Alureon.J infection where none exists
Few doubt Apple Pay will boost the market. But the stakes are rising too.
Hackers may have the upper hand for years as the retail industry slowly upgrades its systems, analysts said
Security researchers have identified serious vulnerabilities in carrier-mandated remote management software installed on mobile devices
Culture, the IDF and a proven track record
Is crowdsourcing for cash the next security gold?
Facebook's 'Anonymous Login' is about neither anonymity nor logging in. It's about creating scarcity in the market for user data
Massive leaps in computing power, hidden layers, hardware backdoors -- encrypting sensitive data from prying eyes is more precarious than ever
Goal-line technology has finally arrived - as well as drones - but what other innovations will the future hold?
Don't let security be an afterthought
Predicted Republican majorities in the House and Senate may not lead to big changes in net neutrality and other issues
Apple's use of one-time-use tokens is the key
It's a case of good news/bad news with the BadUSB firmware exploit
Many banks with less than $50 billion face a problem that payment systems like Apple Pay will make even more attractive to exploit
Connected devices set to reach 50bn by 2020
The EMV or 'chip-and-PIN' system is not without security flaws, researchers warned
Code Spaces was hacked and had to shut down - what can you learn from this?
Insecure by design and trusted by default, embedded systems present security concerns that could prove crippling
You may not need to pay for expensive tools
Beware bold promises from a multibillion-dollar industry that can't prevent your IT systems from being routinely hacked