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 updated special publication offers guidance on countering threats to devices using Bluetooth, some versions of which provide only limited security.
The vulnerability in XML Core Service, being actively exploited, affects all supported versions of Windows and Office 2003 and 2007.
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.
The networking platform has invalidated the passwords that were stolen and posted on a Russian hacker site, but changing passwords is still a good idea for everyone.
New protocols will allow individual IP addresses for all users, which doesn’t always happen with IPv4.
Saying that the window of opportunity to pass critical legislation is quickly disappearing, seven former Pentagon, Homeland Security and intelligence officials urged Senate leaders to bring cybersecurity legislation to the floor.
Cyberattacks once were mostly pranks pulled by script kiddies. Now national governments at the keyboard – and they’re serious.
Despite growing competition from Android and Apple, RIM says its security, support for BYOD policies and cross-platform management services appeal to agencies.
The Invincea Browser can record malware activity while operating from a safe, virtual environment.
As content providers and end users adopt IPv6, malware using the new Internet Protocols is ready and waiting, says content delivery company Akamai.
The core technology to ensure secure online voting exists, but end-to-end accountability must extend to the home.
Redmond issued an emergency update, saying some of Flame's techniques could be used in more widespread attacks.