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The hacker gained admin access to all critical DigiNotar certificate authority systems despite network segmentation, investigators say
Security experts say Windows 8 is the most secure Microsoft OS to date, but that doesn't mean malware won't evolve to exploit it
Is it all a lot of hype or will Kaspersky's dream become a reality?
Despite great strides being made with embedded security, the end user remains the week link
DDoS attacks are crude but effective
Symantec said it tried to break the hash with brute force attacks but failed
The CIO at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center looks to risk mitigation to manage cybersecurity challenges
Java is under fire once again. So why is everyone worried this time?
Perhaps you should try out a bootable malware scanner, which scan your hard drive outside of Windows
Hacking has evolved from one-person crime of opportunity to an open market of sophisticated malware backed by crime syndicates and money launders
Based on my experience with Apple support, that is not an easy thing to do
Mobile phones could replace hardware tokens over the next 10 years, if organistions are willing to accept them, says Entrust
Trustwave to show how it outwitted Google Play defense against Android malware; Stonesoft to air free 'Evader' detection tool
Breach prevention is dead.
US national security doesn't like the word "BYOD" and are mostly BlackBerry users still
IT managers should move into a position of understanding the natural state of their IT environment
Education and contracts with employees can help curb security risks
Expect an out-of-band patch as Microsoft deals with an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability
Microsoft discovered the infection on pristine personal computers in 2011 as it investigated supply chains in China
Here we check out just what exactly your ISP can see about you
Remote access, shell booters, low-orbit ion cannons - read all about it here
Security researchers proposed several methods to protect computers from being compromised via a new Java vulnerability
We answer some frequently asked questions about the Gauss virus
Experts say attack against one part of Wi-Fi network security at Defcon will have zero impact on enterprise WLANS
Attorneys Christopher Wolf and Winston Maxwell debunk common assumptions about 'local clouds', the Patriot Act, and (many) governments' access to data