China's legislature passed sweeping legislation on Wednesday that reinforces government controls over cyberspace, as the nation's leaders try to address what they see as growing threats to Chinese networks and national security.
The largest federal employee union filed a class action lawsuit Monday against the federal...
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Tensions between the U.S. and China are growing over suspicions that Beijing was behind a massive hack that resulted in the theft of personnel and security clearance records of 14 million employees and contractors.
A study conducted in April by Symantec found that computer-system invaders attacked 43 percent of global mining, oil and gas companies at least once last year.
Wealthy nations face a high and fast-growing threat of cyberattacks while risks from terrorism increasingly are confined to poorer, conflict-stricken countries, according to a defense outlook report by the consultancy Deloitte.
A report by cybersecurity firm Trustwave details how hackers are profiting from vulnerabilities in passwords and devices.
University of Pennsylvania Communication Professor Joseph Turow discusses the loss of privacy in the digital age.
Bugcrowd senior director of operations Kymberlee Price discusses the business of cybersecurity.
A giant hack of millions of government personnel files is being treated as the work of foreign spies who could use the information to fake their way into more-secure computers and plunder U.S. secrets.
China-based hackers are suspected once again of breaking into U.S. government computer networks, and the entire federal workforce could be at risk this time.
Fabricated reports about a chemical explosion in Louisiana last year appear to stem from a secretive Russian Internet "troll farm," according to a report in The New York Times Magazine.
Budget cuts have hampered the IRS's ability to upgrade its computer systems. Funding for cybersecurity has been cut by 20 percent since 2011, to $149 million this year.
A new survey found that the average cost of a computer breach at companies was $3.79 million globally. But for U.S.-based companies, the average cost was much higher at $6.5 million.
A fix for a new computer bug could impact more than 20,000 websites, rendering them unreadable.
The fate of the bulk collection of American phone records by the National Security Agency is now before the Senate, in what is increasingly looking like a game of legislative chicken.
Business leaders once again expressed concerns about rising medical costs at a higher rate than other potential risks, according to the 2015 Business Risk Index from Travelers insurance.
The fate of the government's bulk collection of Americans' phone records is unclear following an FBI warning, House-Senate disagreements and more than 10 hours of criticisms by a GOP presidential candidate.
Hybrid car batteries are becoming an increasingly popular target for thieves in the San Francisco area.
Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a new kind of sophisticated invisible ink that they say can be used to create codes that would be nearly impossible for counterfeiters to duplicate.
Mounting threats to cybersecurity are pressuring businesses to evaluate the security of their networks.
A new Pentagon cybersecurity strategy lays out for the first time publicly that the U.S. military plans to use cyberwarfare as an option in conflicts with enemies.
Breaches and attacks have gotten worse and will continue to get worse until the computer security world changes its mindset, says RSA President Amit Yoran. Elizabeth Weise reports from the big cybersecurity conference in San Francisco.
Organizations continue to exhibit "sizable gaps" in their cybersecurity protocol, according to the latest annual data breach report from Verizon.
Cybercriminals will exploit vulnerabilities in new technology as they figure out how to make money from such activities, say a group of security experts.
In this day and age, due to such aggressive attacks by hackers, every company should assume that they have been or will be hacked. Activate founder Michael Wolf discusses cybersecurity in the wake of the Heartbleed bug and recent company hack attacks.
A new group of international cybercrime fighters claimed one of its first kills Thursday, pulling the plug on malicious servers that hijacked at least 12,000 machines, most of them in the United States.
AT&T is paying $25 million in a settlement with federal regulators over data breaches at call centers.
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