Infosec experts have argued that too much focus is put on cyber attribution, but moving away from publicly identifying threat groups and nation-states may be easier said than done.
GDPR Day -- May 25, 2018 -- has passed and enforcement is now accepting complaints against companies violating the terms of the EU's new privacy regulation.
It's fairly easy to find stories sparking security and privacy concerns regarding a Google product or service — Search, Chrome, Android, AdSense and more — but if you watched or attended Google ...
Given the increased digitization of society and explosion of devices generating data (including retail, social media, search, mobile, and the internet of things), it seems like it might have been ...
Following several RSA Conference 2018 talks on machine learning and AI, it's worth asking how algorithmic discrimination might manifest in the infosec industry.
With the GDPR deadline looming, companies may still be scrambling to do "something" about it, but with less than 30 days to go the best move for many may be to wait and watch, and perhaps just ...
At RSA Conference 2018, CrowdStrike demonstrated a new Meltdown exploit that can harvest sensitive data such as passwords even on systems that are patched.
Matt Goodrich, director for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, detailed FedRAMP security requirements and automation at RSA's Cloud Security Alliance Summit.
Following the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica controversy, major tech companies pledged to defend users from corporate data misuse, but they're ignoring a more serious privacy threat.
With its embrace of new tools for protecting consumer privacy, Apple GDPR privacy protection will be available to all users as the EU's new privacy protection legislation is set to start ...
RSA Conference keynotes now include a handful of distinguished women, but very few will be speaking about cybersecurity, falling short of truly equal representation.
Facebook came under fire after a two-factor authentication bug sent non-security notifications to users' phones, sparking a debate about media coverage and 2FA adoption.
A security researcher found that a significant number of popular websites are still using untrusted certificates from Symantec, which will be invalidated this year.
A newly-discovered Blizzard security bug, which affected all of the company's popular PC games including Overwatch, should serve as a warning for the video game industry.
Lenovo's discovery of an authentication bypass, literally titled "HP backdoor," within its networking switches brings unsettling implications for the IT industry.