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Google's security and privacy upgrades to Android are mostly forward-thinking changes, readying for a future that is inevitable but unclear, rather than ways to improve security today.
The Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities loomed large last year, but RSAC 2019 will have little fodder on speculative execution threats and side channels attacks.
The Marriott Starwood data breach exposed half a billion customers' data, but the hospitality giant seems to have learned from recent megabreaches that the standard response to a breach can be the ...
New hacker indictments and U.S.Treasury Department sanctions highlight the disconnect between government action and real world consequences for threat actors.
Dell provided some information about a "potential cybersecurity incident" earlier this month, but it's unclear how the company and customers should be reacting.
Guaranteeing cybersecurity safety is one of the biggest challenges facing the tech industry, but using aviation safety as a model may help achieve that goal.
Reading through Google's first quarterly Android Ecosystem Security Transparency Report feels like a mix of missed opportunities and déjà vu all over again. Much of what is in the new Android ...
The vendor requirements for Android are a strange and mysterious thing but a new leak claims Google has added language to force manufacturers to push more regular Android security updates. ...
The mystery around the Trend Micro apps that were removed from the Mac App Store continues despite Trend Micro's numerous updates on the matter.
FBI, DHS call on users to mitigate Remote Desktop Protocol vulnerabilities and handle RDP exploits on their own, even as the "going dark" campaign continues unabated.
The Government Accountability Office investigated the Equifax data breach, but the GAO's report leaves out several important points about the infamous incident.
The Vote Hacking Village at Defcon 26 in Las Vegas was an overwhelming jumble of activity -- a mock vote manipulated, children hacking election results websites, machines being disassembled -- and ...
As Black Hat USA 2018 approaches, we take a quick look at trends in the conference agenda and sessions not to miss.
Dropbox came under fire for sharing anonymized data with academic researchers after questions emerged about how the data was protected and used.
The difference between data privacy protections afforded to European Union residents and people in the U.S. is more sharply highlighted now that the EU's General Data Protection Regulation has ...