If you're considering traveling to one of the many countries that has a dubious relationship with digital privacy, you'll need to protect yourself. While the standard advice is a VPN, David Gewirtz takes you a few steps deeper into the murky cloak and dagger world of digital tradecraft.
Admins can now significantly reduce the risk of accounts being compromised by password-spraying attacks.
The intentions of and delivery method of Mylobot are unknown - but it appears to be the work of a sophisticated attacker who could deliver trojans, ransomware and more.
All big events have tech security implications, but the World Cup in Russia throws up a few additional issues.
South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has been hacked and tokens worth 35 billion won ($31.5 million) have been stolen, following the hack on compatriot Coinrail earlier this month.
If the tender is successful, it could be a disaster for the privacy of Indian citizens.
The scandal erupted after one company claimed to be able to track any cell phone in the US "within seconds."
Tesla employee leaks sensitive Tesla data to third parties and tried to sabotage its manufacturing software.
The Attorney-General's Department joins Wesfarmers, the National Australia Bank, Telstra, the Reserve Bank of Australia, Australia Post, Medibank, and the ABC as those potentially affected by the PageUp data breach.
Researchers at VDOO discover vulnerabilities which, if left unpatched, could allow attackers to take control of the devices or rope cameras into botnets.
"This makes using encrypted containers pointless," said security researcher Patrick Wardle.
Zacinlo malware has been targeting Windows devices since 2012.
North Korea's Hidden Cobra security hackers spawn new remote-access malware.
Threat actors are collaborating more effectively than legit businesses in the region, which aren't sharing enough intelligence with others in the industry, says Microsoft Asia CSO.
The SaaS-based recruitment firm has confirmed some data was compromised in the recent malware attack it suffered.
Everybody knows that 12345 is a bad password. But what they're using instead isn't much stronger
Many of the massive cyberattacks that have spread across the world in recent years were traced back or attributed to North Korea. Here are eleven examples.
Many now think that passwords cannot secure their PCs and phones, so how will we gain access to our devices in the near future?
A roundup of some of the more bizarre things that are online -- but really shouldn't be.
I've owned countless USB flash drives over the years, but none come close to being as cool - or as useful - as the Aegis Secure Key 3z with built-in hardware-based encryption.
12 graphs which explain the tech news of the last month.
Securing sensitive data stored on external hard drives is usually a minefield, especially if you are looking for cross-platform compatibility. The Apricorn USB 3.0 Aegis Padlock DT drive is the solution to this problem.
Are you looking for ways to make your home smarter and safer? Then check out these hand-picked smart home product suites. They're expansive, easy to use, and overall good options if you don't know where to start.
Facebook has rolled out new settings to appease users after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Here's what you need to know.
Many of us no longer trust Facebook. We're wary of sharing data -- in case it is used by third parties without our knowledge. So, what features will the social media platform of the future need to regain our confidence?
If you are concerned about Facebook playing fast and loose with your personal data, here are a few other social networks you can try.
Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet. One of these could be your best bet.
From today's rock stars of innovation to tomorrow's hidden gems, these 18 technologies have the greatest potential to transform the world over the next decade.
If you suspect that Facebook knows far too much about you, configure these security and privacy settings to send Facebook only the information you want to send.
Dozens of data breaches, millions of people affected.
Researchers uncover a form of malware that's still in development - but it has the potential to become a nasty threat.
Attackers also gained access to 1.2 million records containing personal details in one of the UK's biggest data breaches.
Microsoft explains how it decides whether a vulnerability will be patched swiftly or left for a version update.
The success of malicious cryptocurrency mining software is delivering big wins to the groups that are spreading the malware.
Russia has some very restrictive cybersecurity laws, especially when it comes to VPN use. Here's what you need to know to avoid trouble.
Sneaky malware is highly targeted and goes out the way to avoid detection - and nobody knows how it infects its victims.
ZDNet's Danny Palmer explains the current realities of global cyberwar and why nation-state cyber-campaigns have become "a problem for everybody."
WWDC 2018: Apple needs to show its most important product: Privacy
Where lawmakers failed to reform, the tech industry stepped up.
The company is confident enough in its security products that CrowdStrike has put its money where its mouth is.
Google won't bid to renew its Project Maven contract with the Pentagon after it expires in 2019.
Too many companies are taking a short term view when it comes to security.
Chrome, Firefox CSS3 flaw may have let attackers grab Facebook user data
Reolink's second-generation Argus security camera adds colour night vision, a rechargeable battery, weatherproofing skins, and the promise of cloud storage.
Want to protect the data you carry around? Check out iStorage's encrypted SSD and USB thumb drives with PIN pad access.
The Amazon Cloud Cam isn't just for Amazon's new delivery service, Key. The Cloud Cam is more affordable than most high-end indoor security cameras and gets the job done just as well.
This versatile and reasonably-priced IP65-rated camera is suitable for small businesses as well as homes.
This isn't the cheapest connected camera on the market, but Netgear's Arlo Pro packs a good range of features from a siren to a rechargeable battery.
This modular wireless security camera system is affordable and easy to configure, but needs some refinement to be really compelling.
BlackBerry's newest phone is a passable for its price, but its misguided effort to promote its security as something bar-raising will not stand the test of time.
This indoor camera could be great for monitoring the interior of your home. But is it worth the effort?
To complement its completely wireless, battery-powered Arlo cameras, Netgear has launched an HD networked security camera that adds more features, but needs a power connection.
Calling this a "privacy" phone is a stretch, but it has some redeeming features. A keyboard for one, and Android for another.
This tank-like tablet has a durable design, allowing it to withstand some of the toughest climates.
Meet the latest iteration of the secure and privacy-centric Android-based smartphone.
Netatmo's Welcome is a clever HD security camera with a key selling point in the form of its face recognition technology. Upcoming motion-sensing tags will deliver extra security functionality.
Seen too many dubious security-in-a-box solutions? USB armory is the real deal for anyone looking to protect and control their personal digital privacy and security. But is this real deal ready for regular users?