If you have the urge to reach out and help Ukrainians, we've compiled a list of donation sites and resources you can explore.
Eight coders based in Ukraine spoke to ZDNet about how they're holding up in the face of war. These are their stories.
With war drums sounding, it's time to take a long hard look at your own security stance.
In an exclusive interview with ZDNet, co-founder Tom Okman shares his five-year plan to make Nord Security - formerly known as NordSec - synonymous with digital privacy and cybersecurity.
If you believe that the only thing standing between you and death, abuse, persecution, or imprisonment is the VPN you're using, you must read this article now.
In light of ExpressVPN's double-whammy of troubling news, we take a deep dive into the facts, and whether you can feel safe or suspicious about using one of the world's most popular VPNs.
It's a strange, strange new world, boys and girls!
It's International Chess Day, and we're going to take a look at a Star Trek 3-dimensional chess set, talk about space travel, Apollo 11, and some great TV shows that you may want to binge on. Plus, there's a video. This article has it all.
We can't recommend which exchanges are the best or safest (our lawyers won't let us) but we have explored some of the leading exchanges to help you learn about the pros and cons of each.
There are thousands of cryptocurrencies in circulation. And while a handful have made headlines, many others are just as interesting. Here are 12 currencies that we consider worth keeping an eye on.
David Gewirtz examines the startling similarities between public utilities and cloud computing providers in the context of natural disasters like ice storms, hurricanes, and wildfires. Public utilities have become complacent and are subject to disruption from Internet-age companies.
This week promises to be difficult, especially for businesses with facilities near State and Federal Capitol buildings. We offer some guidance on how to prepare.
There is no doubt that Donald Trump's reach as president has been magnified by Twitter. WIth the suspension of his account, it's critical that the National Archives preserve the content of all his postings.
The January 6 attack on Election Day certification proceedings in the US Capitol Building has deep cybersecurity ramifications.
David Gewirtz takes out his crystal ball and tries to look forward into 2021. It can't be any worse than 2020, can it? Gewirtz gives us a framework to think about our new normal as it morphs into our new business as usual.