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The US military hopes recording human behavior can replace the traditional password.
It wasn't just law enforcement which was willing to take down Silk Road, it seems.
The notorious ZeroAccess botnet operation is back in full swing, infecting PCs, stealing data and diverting advertiser revenue.
Vodafone has joined Deutsche Telekom in offering an encrypted comms app for German corporates.
While VMware has fixed a security hole on its AirWatch cloud, on-premises users are recommended to update to the latest version of AirWatch.
Security awareness emails are critical to a good IT communication plan. Here's a look at what they should cover and how to entice users to read them, along with four templates to get you started.
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Enterprises are shifting towards managed services because they are unable to fill the skills they need within their IT security team.
Ofcom and the FTC are the latest government agencies to start work on their strategies for, and responses to, the IoT.
Online privacy company Abine today announced its new Private Search anti-tracking tool for those who want to use Google Search in Firefox without being tracked by Google.
The Good Management Suite targets organizations new to the practice of mobility in the workplace.
Verizon's managed certificate service aims to secure Internet of things endpoints for enterprises with large deployments underway.
Security firm Kaspersky claims Regin is strikingly similar to QWERTY malware documented in Snowden files.
No device is 100 percent secure, and one researcher has demonstrated this concept by exposing a vulnerability in the Blackphone, an Android device for the security conscious.
Google and a security company don't see eye-to-eye over a bug that can cause some Android devices to reboot under a remote attacker's orders.
The CSIRO will begin piloting IBM's cryptographic algorithmic solution in order to facilitate the secure sharing of sensitive information between government, academic, research, and industry partners.
Australian IT professional organisation SAGE-AU has said the government's mandatory data-retention legislation will increase the burden on IT workers in the country.
Research In Motion introduces the BlackBerry 8700c, the first RIM device to be produced in partnership with Intel.
A phony copy of Google's Web site promises a $400 prize, and aims to steal users' personal information.
Members of Symantec Research Labs give CNET News.com a peek into their daily projects, focused on enterprise security.
Backers gather to launch the Trusted Download Program, which aims to help people deal with adware and spyware.
A security firm discovered Web sites designed to exploit security flaws in Sony's rootkit uninstaller program.
Peek inside Volkswagen's German manufacturing hub, where bots build new VWs and big profits.
International robot exhibition shows off the latest in bot progress.
Doctors at Mt. Sinai Medical Center think so. They plan to issue these "smart cards" to thousands of patients next year.
A division of GE sets up a prototype system at San Francisco's airport, with hopes of winning U.S. security approval.
Simply by visiting these sites using a vulnerable Windows PC could cause an infection, Websense says.
Conference attendees flock to the San Jose McEnery Convention Center to hear the security industry's take on phishing, viruses and other threats.
The two execs speak onstage during RSA, urging business leaders to protect the digital economy.
Dancers take the stage to interpret the theme of this year's RSA Conference: ancient Vedic mathematics.
An RFID tag with one of Impinj's Monza chips measures 9 millimeters across.
From Karl Rove to Lindsay Lohan, A-list types can't get enough of RIM's "CrackBerry"--and may soon have to go through withdrawal.
Sponsored: Like traditional data networks, voice networks carry their share of security risks. VOIP Watch's Andy Abramson explains "SPIT" (Spam over Internet Telephony) as well as the security concerns that come with VoIP and how to protect yourself.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by VOIP Watch.
Windows Live OneCare provides a mini-IT department for those who want a managed service to provide virus protection, anti-spyware and firewalls. It is the first of many managed online security services to debut this year. Offerings from Symantec, McAfee and other established security vendors are due out as well.