Usability and security go hand in hand. If you have usability, then by default, you should have security designed into it.
Between the volume of successful cyberattacks and the rising cost of the fallout from those attacks, it's understandable for companies and individuals to want to hold someone responsible.
Leaders must redefine the concept of a strong cyber posture and relegate event-based security to its rightful place — as an inferior approach to managing cyber risks and threats.
China has issued new threats as it looks to limit the devastating damage to Huawei from the latest U.S. action.
Apple users are reporting seeing up to hundreds of reissued iOS updates when visiting the App Store. Why is this happening?
Going, going, gone too far? The world's most famous online auction site probes your computer when you connect. Here's why, and what you can do about it.
Today, Discord has 250 million registered users and around 15 million of them active on any given day... which is why it’s become a popular target for cybercriminals.
Let's go all Scooby-Doo and unmask why 3sYqo15hiL is such a popular password
Android users worldwide will benefit as Google looks set to remove a critical flaw that threatened to put millions at risk.
Huawei looks set to face an immediate reality check as the consequences of America's latest attack hit home.
Do you know what's missing from your headphones? Microsoft thinks it's a fingerprint scanner. No, seriously.
Hacking group exploits iOS zero-day vulnerability to unlock any iPhone running iOS 13.5
Microsoft has just issued another strike to Google’s Chrome browser with a set of cool and timely new features in Edge 83.
This is not as simple as it seems—it will now affect the security and safety of billions of users worldwide.
Just days after the monthly Patch Tuesday Windows security update, unpatched core system file zero-day vulnerabilities have been publicly disclosed. Here's what you need to know.