BlackBerry this week released a new set of privacy guidelines its encouraging third-party app developers to follow to better protect their customers.
The U.S. government published a voluntary cybersecurity framework for critical infrastructure operators. The framework is a deliverable out of Executive Order 13636.
Dropbox published its 2013 Transparency Report in which it says it received fewer than 250 national security orders from the secret FISA Court.
OSX/CoinThief, a Trojan that steals Bitcoin wallet credentials and Bitcoin-QT keys has been found on download sites MacUpdate.com and Download.com.
Facebook has fixed Instagram to remedy a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability that could’ve put some photos users thought were private, out in the open.
The use of surveillance tactics by law enforcement in the performance of precisely targeted criminal investigations is still widely accepted and supported by much of the global public.
Microsoft’s February 2014 Patch Tuesday security bulletins included the addition of two critical bulletins, including the first cumulative patches of the year for Internet Explorer.
Adobe has announced it will release a patch for its Shockwave Player today to fix what it deems are critical vulnerabilities in the platform.
PUNTA CANA–Here’s how nuts the world of ICS security is: Jonathan Pollet, a security consultant who specializes in ICS systems, was at a Texas amusement park recently and the ride he was waiting for was malfunctioning. The operator told him the ride used a Siemens PLC as part of the control system, so he went[...]
Hackers used NTP amplification to launch a DDoS attack that topped out at 400 Gbps against an unnamed European organization, 100 Gbps larger than the Spamhaus attack.