Your phone number is increasingly tied to your online identity. You need to do everything possible to protect it.
An analysis of dozens of trading platforms reveals a range of cybersecurity concerns across mobile, desktop, and the web.
A month of town halls and campaign events would have been difficult for Republicans had national security chiefs not provided them with an information lifeline.
It’s all a big laugh.
SolarWinds, the company behind tools like Pingdom, Papertrail, Loggly and a number of other IT management tools, today announced that it has acquired Trusted Metrics, a company that helps businesses monitor incoming threats to their networks and servers. This move follows SolarWinds’ acquisition of Loggly earlier this year. Among other
Last August, President Donald Trump turned to his top aides and asked an unsettling question: With a fast unraveling Venezuela threatening regional security, why can’t the U.S. just simply invade the troubled country? Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Two staff from South Korea's national broadcaster have been deported from Singapore. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Virtual cards are the latest trend in fraud prevention and online shopping security, but it is not foolproof, according to Bankrate.com. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Those who use PGP and S/MIME to send secure emails are being advised to cease using and disable the tools with immediate effect following a major security scare. Researcher Sebastian Schinzel, a professor of computer security with Münster University of Applied Sciences, claims to have identified a security flaw that “might reveal
In Washington, as the old saw goes, personnel is policy. And 15 months into the Trump presidency, big changes are underway in the foreign policy team. Perhaps the biggest are the ascent of Trump favorite and newly confirmed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the sharp-elbowed new National Security Adviser
Credit Karma is best known for being the only reason anyone is ever willing to peek at their credit score, but the company has other things it wants you to be less stressed out about too. After introducing a free identity monitoring tool for its users late last year, Credit
Last week, Yubico, the company behind the popular YubiKey USB authentication dongles, announced the launch of its $20 Security Key with support for the FIDO2/WebAuthn standard. With a bit of luck, FIDO2 may just herald the end of passwords and, as the company announced today, Microsoft is putting its weight behind