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"Chatham House rules" meant everyone could speak freely as it was off the record. Here's what was said, in an overview.
A researcher has unveiled a proof-of-concept demonstrating how easily an unpatched vulnerability can be exploited to steal iCloud account passwords.
The group of cybercriminals are accused of targeting corporations to intercept payment requests and make off with the funds.
If you submit a Mozilla Firefox security flaw in the future, you can expect a "dramatic" payment increase.
Ad-blockers can protect a user's privacy by preventing browser tracking.
The registry-based threat avoids creating PC files and exploits zero-day threats to hijack compromised computers.
RAND today released the results of its multiphased study on cybersecurity's future, The Defender's Dilemma, delivering a frightening snapshot of defenders lost at sea.
Adobe's latest security update includes fixes for memory leak, memory corruption and remote code execution issues.
"Foreign customers are shunning US companies," says a new independent report.
About one-third of all federal websites offer HTTPS, but the White House said that's not enough.
Do you believe large corporations are the most well-prepared for cyberattacks? New research might make you think twice.
As our medical devices become connected, new hacking threats emerge -- and some of them are potentially life-threatening.
The US Army website was defaced as a result of the SEA's latest political hacking campaign.
AVG hopes to tap into the Asian market through the software deal with handset maker ZTE.
As the US government continues to push for backdoors in commonly-used encryption, Apple gave its users an extra layer of security.
The malware strain targets Oracle's MICROS retail platform which is used in 330,000 customer sites worldwide.
The Tox ransomware as-a-service platform is now up for bid -- as the owner is in over their head.
A botnet serving adware through the Skype network has been discovered and disrupted.
The data breach, said to be one of the biggest in the federal government's history, affects around four million former and current civil servants.
Encryption should stay strong, says one privacy-minded member of Congress.