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An advanced group of cyber criminals that may be backed by the Chinese state has targeted India and Southeast Asia since 2004, a major online security company reported Monday.
The company agreed to pay $25 million to settle an FCC investigation into the customer data security lapses.
Roger Harvey, director, Australia & New Zealand of Irdeto, outlines the financial impact of media piracy.
Computer hackers affiliated with Russia breached sensitive parts of the White House digital system, CNN reported.
The U.S. government has tracked phone calls to about 116 countries linked with drug trafficking during the past 20 years, USA Today reports.
Up to 74 percent of companies are still vulnerable to to hackers exploiting cybersecurity flaw, Heartbleed.
This New York divorce attorney "likes" the idea of divorce by Facebook and says it's just the beginning of getting served by social media.
A district judge ordered Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg to relinquish documents by Monday requested in an ownership dispute case.
In regards to privacy on your smartphone, what are you doing wrong? John Hering, Lookout founder, says millennials are the most privacy aware, but take the least action.
After 40 cybersecurity bills and not one passed into law, it's time for Congress to act, say Reps. Blackburn and Welch, co-sponsors of a new bill.
Hackers are hijacking the app download process on Android smartphones and installing malware without users’ knowledge, a new report has found.
The state of Maine's government website was briefly knocked offline earlier Monday due a "denial-of-service attack," a spokesperson for the state said.
Stronger encryption in Apple's iPhones and websites like Facebook has made it harder for the U.S. government to spy on communications, writer says.
Gary Davis, Intel Security Chief Consumer Security Evangelist, discusses the vigilance required by consumers to protect their data online.
The Russia-Ukraine crisis has "not distracted" Nato from fighting cyberwarfare, a top official said, following a number of high-profile attacks.
Some of the nation's banks like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America are privately complaining that Apple Pay may not be so great after all.
—As workers start bringing wearable devices into the office, experts warned —they could pose a major security threat to businesses this year.
It's called end-to-end encryption and it locks up emails so that only the sender and receiver can read them.
BlackBerry said on Saturday it was launching a high-security tablet, developed with IBM and Samsung.
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Activism will change over time, but investors expressing ideas and helping to create value is not a fad, Keith Meister said.
Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald says that he wouldn't be surprised if Apple saw more watch additions sold in China than anywhere else.
Users almost universally hailed Apple's flagship wearable as a transformative moment in mobile tech. But do you need to run out and buy one? Maybe not.