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The diversity of agencies and systems and a lack of expertise in state and local governments mean that attackers can often easily target their systems successfully.
NEWS ANALYSIS: "Operation BugDrop" malware stealthily infects computers and turns on the onboard microphone to gather audio files, which it exports to Dropbox files for retrieval and analysis.
At the RSA Conference, Elie Bursztein, anti-fraud and abuse research team lead at Google, explains the many technologies in place to protect Gmail users.
VIDEO: What happens to IoT user accounts in the cloud when a device or even a car is sold? According to new research from IBM Security, revocation of old users isn't happening, exposing a major new risk.
NEWS ANALYSIS: It is quite possible that there is no such thing as personal data privacy anymore--especially when it comes to video.
Researchers at the SANS Institute detailed a range of cyber-threats enterprises are currently dealing with and ways to become a less inviting attack target.
Pretending to be a willing dupe can help security firms identify and shut down the bank accounts used by scammers, turning the tables on attackers.
As internet speeds around the world continue to get faster and an increasing number of devices are being connected, there is also an increasing volume of high-bandwidth attacks. That's one of the top-level findings in Akamai's fourth-quarter 2016 State of the Internet Security Report, which...
HPE SecureData for Hadoop and IoT debuts to protect sensitive information, while ArcSight Investigate enters beta to find hidden threats.
Security firm AppRiver’s 2017 Global Security Report reveals a number of sobering trends in IT security.
Investigating Russian hacking and disinformation operations are at the top of Congressional committee agendas, but lawmakers also need to reauthorize a key U.S intelligence capability.