No matter their age, interests, or ability, these gifts will put a smile on any hacker's face this holiday season.
If you want to spark the imagination of your kids while at the same time giving them a leg up with some of the tech skills they'll need as adults, you can't go wrong by looking at these products as gifts this holiday season.
Access is sold for $100 to $1500 per account, depending on the company size and exec role.
Belden says hackers accessed a limited number of company's file servers.
Former Solicitor-General for Western Australia has been acting in an oversight role since July.
Among those affected by the leak are Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, seven ministers, and 17 provincial governors.
Exclusive: Company says that only a small subset of customers were impacted.
Auditor General publishes findings 18 months after the audit was complete as she feared the risk was too high to expose the system at the time.
The company also has its sight set on becoming the first 100% Aboriginal-owned IT company to list on the ASX.
The US tech giant shared personal information of 3.3 million users without their consent, the South Korean government said.
Request to reconsider designation is dismissed by Federal Communications Commission.
The bug could have been exploited by playing around in a browser's developer console and editing a cookie field.
After phase one was completed successfully, Mastercard launched another trial, this time to see how its solution can verify online test-taking and integrate with other services.
The vulnerability was discovered while the security researcher was working on a Windows security tool.
Government officials express "serious" and "significant" concerns over India's move to block another 43 mobile apps developed by Chinese tech vendors as well as the UK's new security law that threatens heavy fines for local telcos that use Huawei's 5G equipment.
FIPS 140-2 Level 3 compliant storage drive with wireless unlock feature and remote management. IP57 rated for dust and water resistance.
The Netgear BR200 Insight Managed Business Router has been designed to be easy to set up, and features a built-in firewall, VLAN management, and remote cloud monitoring, and can be managed from anywhere you have an internet connection.
The YubiKey 5C NFC can be used across a broad range of platforms -- iOS, Android, Windows, macOS and Linux -- and on any mobile device, laptop, or desktop computer that supports USB-C ports or NFC.
The new Aegis Secure Key 3NXC builds on Apricorn's Secure Key 3z and Aegis Secure Key 3NX, taking the same proven form-factor and physical keypad, and adding something that users have been asking for -- USB-C support.
Transparency in security.
Certo AntiSpy is not an app. Instead, it is a utility that you download and install on a Windows or Mac, and you use that to scan a backup of your iOS or iPadOS for subtle signs of intrusion.
Would you like to spend less time unlocking your Android smartphone? Android has you covered.
Quite a few readers have expressed an interest in seeing what's inside a super-secure DataLocker DL3 encrypted hard drive. Well, let's get the screwdrivers out and take a look!
I'm usually wary of security apps, but iVerify by Trail of Bits is different. It comes highly recommended and offers a lot of features in a small download.
External hard drive featuing AES 256-bit XTS mode encryption and a built-in LCD keypad.
Millions of us have adopted smart home and IoT devices, but these products continually prove themselves to be vulnerable endpoints. Here are some of the most noteworthy IoT cyberattack examples of this year.
Time to dump those cheap dollar-store flash drives, or the ones you picked up at a trade show and get a encrypted micro USB SSD that would impress James Bond.
Despite a worldwide pandemic, cyberattackers haven't stopped poking holes in our defenses. These are the worst incidents so far in 2020.
Minut is a noise, temperature, and motion sensor that has been built for privacy that's aimed primarily at the short-term rental market -- think Airbnb, that sort of thing.
These laptops conform to Microsoft’s Windows 10 Secured-core PC requirements and have been tested to meet or exceed MIL-STD-810G standards.
You want my mother's maiden name and the first school I went to? I don't think so...
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to Chester Wisniewski, principal research scientist at Sophos, about one of the most common forms of Android malware and what needs to be done to stop it spreading.
Organisations are paying an average of $1m to cyber criminals to restore their networks after falling victim to ransomware.
A combination of the critical nature of manufacturing plants and security vulnerabilities mean hackers are eyeing up easy pay days - and attacks are on the rise.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to University of Sussex's Dr. Mona Rashidirad and the University of Auckland's Hamidreza Shahbaznezhad about how too many controls can provide a false sense of security.
Danny Palmer explains how the events of this year have forced organizations and employees to swiftly shift to working from home -- and that's creating security vulnerabilities cyber attackers are exploiting. Read more: https://zd.net/2QVbcyk
Tonya Hall sits down with Neal Dennis, cyber threat intelligence advisor at Cyware, to talk about what it means when hackers share data and why he recommends that companies start sharing data as well within the legal boundaries.
New guidelines from ENISA recommend that all stages of the IoT device lifecycle need to be considered to help ensure devices are secure.
Danny Palmer tells Karen Roby how organizations aren't applying security patches and why that leaves them vulnerable to hackers.
ZDNet Security Update: Danny Palmer talks to James Spiteri, security specialist at Elastic, about how red tape could be holding back cybersecurity and how cyber criminals flourish without it.
Many organisations still haven't applied security patches issued years ago, putting them at risk from common cyberattacks.
Customers will be able to authorise a payment using their fingerprint instead of a PIN number or signature
Austrac has decided not to pursue any further regulatory action against the 'buy now pay later' service.
As part of the company's bid to address customers' needs during the pandemic.