Spam calls drive us all crazy. Here are four ways to stop robocalls and other unsolicited phone calls.
Researchers with SentinelLabs say they have found one of "the first known links between cybercrime groups and nation-state actors."
While hardware-level attacks are high, only 59% of companies have implemented a hardware security strategy, Dell and Forrester found.
'Tis the season for open source gifts. But what to buy? Jack Wallen has a few ideas that are sure to put a smile on the faces of the open source lovers in your life.
Mozilla has evolved its Lockbox password tool into a more standard password manager. Find out if Firefox Lockwise is right for you.
MDS 2.0 helps admins modernize their workflow and deploy Apple hardware and software. Also, this Mac deployment utility is free.
Discovered and analyzed by security provider Sophos, Snatch attempts to bypass traditional security software by rebooting your PC into Safe Mode.
Customers won't buy services or products from companies if they don't trust how their data will be used, Cisco found.
One network attack targeted the same vulnerability exploited in the Equifax data breach from September 2017, according to a new report.
Intel's Amit Elazari Bar On discussed IoT security, ethical hackers, bug bounties, and more.
Security experts say most voting machines are safe and secure, but disinformation campaigns on platforms like Facebook and Twitter need to be addressed.
The new tool will provide IT departments with system-wide visibility of all the patches needed.
Learn how iCloud Keychain can help you keep track of your app and website passwords.
More than a third of systems that handle biometric data were hit by at least one malware infection in the third quarter of 2019, according to a new Kaspersky report.
After a number of devastating breaches and hacks, the sheer size of data lost is no longer the only indicator of severity.