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The software behemoth's new campaign wants you to take care of your online privacy, preferably by using its products a bit more.
Credit-reporting agencies, banks, and credit-card companies provide free services that help their customers detect, prevent, and recover from identity thieves.
Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and AOL were just four of the tech companies missing from Ponemon's Top 20 list of the most trusted companies.
Identity of faux thief is revealed in a matter of hours in CNET experiment with LoJack for Laptops.
Contrary to popular belief, data breaches don't necessarily sink a company, studies and survivors indicate.
Hacktivists emerge as a big threat in 2011, targeting large organizations and stealing more records than financially motivated criminals, report finds.
There are certain words that online scammers use to suck the unsuspecting into their scams. "Acai" is one. "Mango" is another. A new study also suggests that Americans are generally more susceptible to scams than they'll admit.
U.K. survey respondents less likely to fall for Internet scams than in the U.S. but more likely than Australians.
A new study says the cost of dealing with, and the frequency of, cybercrime is up sharply from last year, due in part to the sophistication of attacks.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Tuesday, August 2.