A House impeachment hearing has revealed that President Donald Trump spoke by phone with a key ambassador - who was sitting in a Kiev restaurant - about "investigations." If that mobile phone call was unsecured, security experts say, foreign intelligence agencies could have intercepted it.
There are robust and detailed discussions in cybercriminal forums on how to attack modern vehicles, seeking clandestine methods to steal cars, says Etay Maor of IntSights. Luckily, hackers aren't aiming to remotely trigger an accident, but there are broader concerns as vehicles become increasingly computerized.
In June, I wrote an in-depth story about how millions of Instagram users worldwide under 18 years old were exposing their email addresses, phone numbers or both. Instagram has finally made a change to address the issue - but it doesn't go far enough.
Federal prosecutors have charged a Long Island company, along with seven of its employees, with selling vulnerability-laden Chinese technology to the U.S. military and other agencies for a decade and passing the gear off as American made.
In December, PCI SSC plans to publish a new standard for solutions that enable "tap and go" transactions on merchant smartphones and other commercial off-the shelf mobile devices. Troy Leach, the council's CTO, offers insights on the role the standard will play in enhancing security for smaller merchants.
A handful of common lures still have astounding success in compromising computers: phishing emails, malicious links and the king of them all: the malicious Microsoft Office document. But Microsoft is introducing virtualized containers in Office 365, which will isolate untrusted documents.
Say hello to NortonLifeLock, as Symantec anti-virus for consumers is no more, following the sale of Symantec's enterprise assets and name to Broadcom for $10.7 billion. But can the new, pure-play consumer "cyber safety" business succeed where the combined consumer and enterprise business previously stumbled?
The cybersecurity community had been holding its breath in anticipation of mass attacks targeting the severe BlueKeep vulnerability in Windows, which Microsoft has patched. The first in-the-wild exploits have now been seen, although they don't appear to constitute an emergency - at least yet.
Using the largest repository of breached credentials in the world, SpyCloud has analyzed breach data tied to Fortune 1000 employees to understand what information is out there and how it can be used to commit fraud. In this video, SpyCloud Head of Product Strategy Chip Witt will walk through SpyCloud's analysis of...
The healthcare sector is especially susceptible to ever-evolving cybercrimes, says attorney Jason G. Weiss, a former FBI special agent and forensics expert, who describes critical steps to take to avoid falling victim.
Mobile devices are attractive targets for attackers because of messages, call logs, location data and more. State-sponsored groups are digging ever deeper into mobile hacking, says Brian Robison of BlackBerry Cylance.