Justice says a 23-year-old tried to sell an FBI undercover agent access to an DOE supercomputer for $50,000.
Information that was supposed to be kept private on applicants for new generic top-level domains was inadvertently posted as part of ICANN's Reveal Day.
A recent survey suggests CEOs and CISOs don't speak the same language. Maybe it's time for government to set some generally accepted standards for information security.
The hack by a previously unknown group could have exposed some personal data on as many as 110,000 current and former employees and students.
Companion bills in the House and Senate want Fourth Amendment protections applied to UAV use.
The automated updater will flag digital certificates considered untrustworthy to counter the spyware's spoofing tricks.
The University of Maryland and Northrop Grumman are working together to develop a college-level course to train and accredit tomorrow's cybersecurity professionals.
The vulnerability in XML Core Service, being actively exploited, affects all supported versions of Windows and Office 2003 and 2007.
The updated special publication offers guidance on countering threats to devices using Bluetooth, some versions of which provide only limited security.
The new portfolio lets organizations test and manage security for mobile apps across the software development life cycle.
Kaspersky Lab says an early Stuxnet version used code from Flame; separate research reveals "world-class" crypto behind Flame's attack.
The three CSPs applied for accreditation on the day the program officially launched.