Apple just released an iOS update full of security fixes that you need to jump on. The post The New iOS Update Fixes Big Security Holes, So Get It Now appeared first on WIRED.
This simple advice will help to protect you against hackers and government surveillance.
The bill would limit but not block law enforcement use of so-called cell site simulators in New York state.
Big Blue says the deal will give decision makers a deeper understanding of cyberattacks and the risk they pose.
For those with a very narrow set of needs, the Netgear Arlo camera system is a win. For everyone else, maybe not so much.
Reports suggest a large-scale DDoS attack from overseas blocked Lloyds, Halifax, and Bank of Scotland customers from accessing online services.
The Pentagon may find a glimpse of future scout drones in commercial off-the-shelf technologies. The post The Military May Soon Buy the Same Drones You Do appeared first on WIRED.
The service shut down in 2013 after refusing to hand over encryption keys which would compromise user privacy.
The cybersecurity firm has once again been left red-faced after issuing insecure certificates.
The IT issue, which has since been resolved, grounded all domestic flights on Sunday evening.
Yahoo is expected to be probed by the commission on whether it took too long to disclose data breaches to its investors.
The banking giant has taken an additional 5 percent ownership in QuintessenceLabs, with the partnership expected to expand the security products used by Westpac.
Your Facebook and Twitter posts could be fueling government surveillance. That doesn't mean you should stop sharing, just try to be smart. The post How Use Social Media at a Protest Without Big Brother Snooping appeared first on WIR...
Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: Unmasking the Master of That Web-Crippling Botnet appeared first on WIRED.
Why is enterprise cloud becoming the norm?
The phone is an encrypted device approved by the Secret Service.
Can the internet as we know it survive the many efforts to dominate and control it, asks Firefox maker Mozilla.
Users can expect to share 30 percent of their ill-gotten gains for signing up.
After a drop in activity over Christmas, the most prolific ransomware of 2016 appears to be gearing up for 2017.
Most blockchain evangelists exaggerate what blockchain does, overlooking what it was designed for, and stretch it to irrelevance