Android app security is under attack this week with vulnerabilities in the popular app, AirDroid, and malware that steals Google account authentication tokens.
A new survey uncovered confusion in the C-suite about governance, risk and compliance responsibilities and which security compliance requirements may affect companies.
Authorities from 30 countries have dismantled Avalanche, the crimeware-as-a-service network used to steal hundreds of millions from victims around the globe.
Researchers said a modified version of the Mirai botnet code has been attacking routers by exploiting a specific vulnerability and may leave millions at risk.
After a final push to delay changes to Rule 41 failed in the Senate, the U.S. government now has much wider authority to legally search computers whose location is unknown.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority restored systems without paying following a ransomware attack that allowed free rides for travelers over the weekend.
Vendors get an extra 30 days to patch under Cisco Talos' new responsible disclosure guidelines, as Talos notes key differences in time to patch among vendors.
Ad fraud is a costly problem, but it's often overlooked. White Ops CEO Michael Tiffany talks with SearchSecurity about why it's time to address this cybercrime scheme.
A successful hiring event by the Department of Homeland Security calls into question the existence of the cybersecurity skills shortage, but experts wonder if the event was an outlier.
The Manhattan district attorney said his office has hundreds of locked iOS devices and called on Apple to open up its smartphone encryption to warrants.
A new Android backdoor leaves as many as 3 million users vulnerable, and one expert said enterprises must be careful about using budget devices.
In its first move following the Blue Coat Systems merger, Symantec agreed to acquire identity protection firm LifeLock for $2.3 billion to bolster its consumer security business.
As the internet prepares for deprecation of the obsolete secure hashing algorithm, Google and other browser companies prepare to drop support for SHA-1 certificates.
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Essential Guide: Windows XP security after end of updates for XP SearchSecurity.com | 08 Apr 2014
Learn about security implications of the April 2014 Windows XP end-of-life date and the end of XP security updates, plus planning an XP migration.