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The Office of Personnel Management's first effort to protect workers was a flop. Now that we know 22-million personnel records were revealed they have a new plan.
Notable security news items for the week ending July 10, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Biometric data and social security information was taken, the federal vetting agency confirmed.
The results of an experiment using public Wi-Fi against politicians was, as one victim said, "horrifying."
The latest update to the browser fixes a number of critical and high-risk vulnerabilities.
The deal allows Avast to extend itself further beyond the consumer market.
FBI's director says he's not a "maniac" about encryption. The experts disagree.
The cybercrime group targeted major companies to sell high-level corporate data.
The security flaw affects every version of Flash Player and remained undetected until the catastrophic Hacking Team data breach.
In an interview, a Hacking Team executive discusses both the devastating hack and the firm's future.
One of the vulnerabilities was described by Hacking Team as one of the "most beautiful Flash bug for the last four years."
It may have contributed to the company network's downfall.
In a Q&A with ZDNet, Managing Consultant at Capgemini Magnus Gerisch explains why automakers need to speed up in security efforts.
A hacker has come forward to take responsibility for the explosive Hacking Team data breach.
The cellular giant becomes the latest (and the last major telco) to issue a transparency report, albeit without fanfare and before a major US holiday.
XKeyscore runs on Linux-based servers across 150 field sites scattered across the globe.
The wholesale sacking of the spyware firm's systems was bad enough before employees underwent a public meltdown.
The UK government minister was criticized for trying to expand domestic surveillance without consulting industry partners.
The elusive Italian spyware and hacking tool provider -- particularly for law enforcement -- had its corporate insides revealed over the weekend.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending July 3, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.