Articles about Security
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service has said that it would increase its surveillance of Australians' telecommunications should the mandatory data-retention legislation pass.
A senior European official wants to force internet and phone companies operating in Europe to share encryption keys, under the guise of preventing terrorism.
FireEye's latest report suggests that a number of businesses face over 10,000 cybersecurity alerts per month. What is being done to combat potential attacks?
New attacks on Flash Player may force Adobe to issue another patch just days after fixing nine flaws.
Microsoft handed over data linked to the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack to the FBI in double-quick time, noting that extra snooping should only happen under certain circumstances.
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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Developers can now incorporate Twitter's Digits white-label login offering to their mobile applications' companion websites, following the release of Digits login for web.
The lobby group representing technology giants including Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and Facebook has said that the mandatory data-retention legislation before the Australian parliament could see its own services caught up by the scheme.
WhatsApp is now available on your desktop, but only if you use Google Chrome and have the mobile app installed on a non-iOS device.
Oracle's latest CPU includes a vast number of security fixes, with Oracle Database and Middleware issues at the top of the list.
What factors does the enterprise need to consider when creating cybersecurity risk policies?
The Online Trust Alliance says that a high percentage of data breaches were the result of staff mistakes -- rather than external hacking.
Potential security vulnerabilities found in the NSW roads management network could lead to accidents and vehicle congestion, according to a new report by the NSW auditor-general.
"123456" and "password" still the top worst passwords, according to SplashData annual report
Snowden's revelations tipped the needle in favor of greater privacy and security, but recent attacks have thrown much of that effort under the bus.
LastPass has unveiled an app vault suitable for Mac users to keep their digital information safe and secure.
Watching next generation smart-CCTV in action...
Antivirus firm at the heart of Russia...
MessageLabs runs its email monitoring operation from anonymous-looking labs in Gloucester. ZDNet UK goes behind their yellow-brick facade to where 'Big Brother' keeps an eye on things
Behind the gleaming glass of an Oxfordshire building lurks the UK headquarters of Sophos, the anti-malware company. Join ZDNet UK as we walk the corridors of The Pentagon...
ZDNet UK has taken a trip inside Symantec's nuclear bunker to get a peek at how it fights the menace of cybercrime
And what can it do?
'The Brain' can see you...
silicon.com gets to the bottom of mobile phone virus claims, inside F-Secure's Helsinki HQ
The Digital Rights Management dilemma has become a headache for both the publishers and consumers of online music and video, and mobile content. Kevin Collins of Navio Systems introduces a new and simpler service-based approach to DRM that allows publishers to distribute rights to consumers.