Google today announced it is beefing up its two-step verification feature with Security Key, a physical USB second factor that only works after verifying the login site is truly a Google website. The is
Why are we all getting hacked? It's simple economics. Criminals want our data. Yes, even yours. It's more valuable than you think. Celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton are a special case.
United Parcel Service has discovered a computer breach at 51 stores, making Big Brown the latest retailer to lose customer data. UPS (UPS) said that the hacking had escaped detection at stores in 24 states,
A major hospital network's failure to update its computer software allowed hackers to steal 4.5 million patient records earlier this year, a security expert says. The hackers took advantage of Heartbleed,
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Every month, there’s another major data breach. Criminal hackers steal all sorts of information about you. Here’s what they have. Have you shopped here? Or have accounts on these sites? Select squares
Chinese hackers stole 4.5 million patients’ names, Social Security numbers and other personal data from the computers of one of the country’s largest hospital chains, the company said Monday — the biggest
A team of security experts in England recently hacked their way into a smart home's Wi-Fi network. Their inside man? The Lifx color-changing smart LED . As first reported by LEDinside, Context, a UK-based
If anyone knows about cyber surveillance, it's Mary Galligan. Until recently, she led the cyber and special operations team at the FBI's New York office -- the agency's largest surveillance operation.
In the post-Snowden world, encryption is cool. Lots of personal messaging apps want to cash in on privacy. Wickr is one of them. It's a free app that offers self-destructing, encrypted messages. But its
Apple’s Tim Cook insulted Google at WWDC earlier this month saying “Android dominates the market in malware”, and quoted an article calling the fragmented open operating system a “toxic hellstew of vulnerabilities.”