The Obama administration has issued another stark warning to the US House currently preparing to vote on a regurgitated cybersecurity Bill. If it passes the president's desk, he's not going to sign it.
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The software technology giant will release today fixes for "hundreds" of its products, including Java, that led to high profile corporate hacking earlier this year.
Symantec's latest Internet Security Threat report suggests that SMBs remain an attractive target for those trying to steal intellectual property.
An industry group representing ISPs in Europe warns that technical measures such as website blocking are "possibly repressive" and would not effectively combat piracy.
A massive botnet of tens of thousands of machines is attempting to hack in to weak password protected "admin" accounts of the popular blogging platform.
Dubbed as one of the most privacy infringing pieces of legislation ever to have hit the Capitol, what exactly is CISPA, and how does it affect you?
Microsoft is recommending an update released on Patch Tuesday be uninstalled.
Will increased governmental spending be enough to lessen the risks of cyberattacks?
What will the long-term effects of cybersecurity worries be?
Get a strong pot of coffee on, April's Patch Tuesday has arrived. In the latest round of security updates, Microsoft has released patches for nine security vulnerabilities, two of them considered 'critical'.