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Twitter recently revealed some unwelcome news, that the social media giant found the usernames and passwords of some 32 million users for sale on the internet.
Microsoft recently released it's now wildly popular new operating system, but many Windows 10 users don't know the specifics of it's privacy functions or concerns.
From fake news websites masquerading as newsworthy articles, scammers use a vast array of ways to deceive people into buying their junk.
Cyber criminals don't sit still. While IT professionals develop defenses for recent attacks, criminals develop new ways to attack.
Securing devices and taking steps to reduce the risk of unauthorized access to personal data is essential for all smartphone and tablet owners.
Your credit card company knows everything about you: Your name, phone number, and home address.
Scams and swindles of a wide variety proliferate, and every year millions of dollars are nabbed by unscrupulous con artists.
You have trained your workers well and warned them about the dangers posed by phishing and email-based cyber crime, but will that work outside the office?
Small business owners rely on the Internet for everything from ordering stock to keeping in touch with customers.
Hacking isn't just complex programs and sneaky executables. As a matter of fact, a hacker can get your password simply by guessing based on the information you give them.
Online scams and theft of data are on the increase, and the impact can be severe if you don't have a plan to deal with the consequences.
With controversy continuing over the NSA's admission to spying on Americans, many people feel uneasy about having their Internet activities monitored.
When you're away from home or work and need to go online, you probably rely on public Wi-Fi access or the data connection from your mobile provider. In most cases, however, such networks are unsecured, which means anyone can see what you're doing.
Sticking to reputable sites is pretty smart, but here's the thing: Thanks to malvertising, even trusted sites may not be safe.
Official spokespersons for the Pentagon were unsure if the attack had been sanctioned by the Russian government or if it was planned by a group of individuals.
As many as 4.5 million people may have had their personal information compromised when hackers attacked the medical center's computer network.
Email addresses and names of employees have been leaked as well as the non-profit's website databases. However, there have been no leaks of any patient's personal data.
Ashley Madison is a dating website designed to help married individuals secretly cheat on their spouses. Hackers are threatening to expose the information that has been collected on millions of Ashley Madison's customers.
Facebook has quickly become a part of everyday life, and millions of people post personal information through the social media website on a daily basis.
Hotels.com is owned by Expedia and is one of the top booking sites for travelers seeking accommodations.
With the data of more than four million federal employees, China now has amassed a large arsenal.
According to Deloitte's "TMT Predictions 2013," over 90 percent of user-generated passwords are vulnerable to hackers.
Relaxed attitudes toward cyber security and personal information privacy is a challenge.
Researchers uncover critical iOS mail flaw which could lead to targeted password theft.
Important information stored on LastPass servers along with the passwords which were cryptographically protected have been stolen.
Recent breach could compromise the ability of federal agents to maintain cover while collecting intelligence.
Freedom Act drives intelligence agencies to create a system that leaving phone metadata with telecommunication companies instead of government.
The Internet makes spreading information easy and fast, making it difficult for people to keep their identity secure. Here's how NetLok™ helps protect you.
Recent Attack Uses Microsoft Word Intruder Malware Creation Tool to Target Businesses.
In February, Anthem, the second largest health insurance company in the US, announced the discovery of a massive security breach that may have affected as many as 80 million current and former customers as well as Anthem employees.
It's uncertain whether even serious breaches like these will motivate slow-moving bureaucracies to step up to the plate, but private organizations can definitely learn from their oversights.
Sony Pictures experienced a data breach so large that it was described as "unparalleled" and "unprecedented" by security research firms.
Businesses that let private data fall into the wrong hands suffer from negative public perception and losses of confidence that can hinder their profitability for months or years.
Personal information has become a common commodity most offices. However, with the collection of this data comes a great deal of responsibility.
If you use the Dropbox service, you should mind the security of your passwords, protecting them from the massive data leaks being experienced today.