Microsoft can analyze dangerous emails to determine why those messages made it past your spam filters.
Researchers say hackers can alter, stop, or expose how an individual user has voted through the Voatz app.
The for-profit company wants to make absentee voting easier for members of the military, people with disabilities, and older adults, but its biggest test included only 15,000 voters.
Hackers have expanded their exploitation of the outbreak fears with hundreds of scams and operations.
The coronavirus, which has already led to the deaths of more than 1,000 people, is a topic that scammers are corrupting for their own purposes.
After running real-world tests of Android's facial recognition on a Pixel 4, Jack Wallen shares his theory of why some people are so concerned about facial recognition.
Commentary: It takes hubris to tell Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, how to store data.
There are now billions of IoT devices in businesses across the world, prompting the need for increased security measures to protect them.
CEOs are generally from a finance/business track, rather than a technology one--why their traditional agenda and practices must change.
A Positive Technologies study finds 82% of web application vulnerabilities lie in the source code.
New Accenture study says organizations need to think beyond securing just their own enterprises and take better steps to secure their vendor ecosystems.
Hackers are adopting organized crime tactics to make billions from victims all over the globe.
The Identity Theft Resource Center warns that businesses of all sizes should be vigilant about data security. The COO offers advice about passwords, cloud security, and patch management.
The Identity Theft Recource Center warns that businesses of all sizes should be vigilant about data security.
Finding what cloud services employees are using is only half the battle: integrating Microsoft Cloud App Security and Defender Advanced Threat Protection means you can track, block or audit cloud app usage.