A whopping two-thirds of secondhand USB drives contain recoverable data from the previous owner, including some highly sensitive and personal information, according to a new study.
The FBI has issued a warning on pet adoption scams along with ways to avoid getting duped.
It was bound to happen: Two-factor authentication (2FA) – that extra step that’s supposed to keep our devices and personal information safe – just no longer cuts it.
The European Union said it is probing a “potential leak of sensitive information” following a New York Times report that EU diplomatic cables were hacked.
On Wednesday Bob Gibbs, Assistant Administrator, Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer at NASA, sent out an agency-wide communication to employees announcing NASA servers had been compromised back in October.
A mysterious Twitter bug has been linked to suspicious activity from China and Saudi Arabia.
A man in Indiana was charged with credit card skimming and arrested as he drove away from one of the banks he allegedly targeted, underscoring the rise in rigged ATMs.
I’m really concerned that a hacker can get into a pacemaker and insulin pump to turn it off or make it do things that will harm the person. Am I freaking out over nothing?
With the advent of cardless ATM transactions on mobile phones, criminals have found a new way to steal your money.
You need to assume that your password isn’t strong enough. You might as well believe that someone, somewhere, is working around the clock to break into your accounts and steal your money, your identity, and anything else you have. Because it’s essentially true.