A new Cyber-Ark survey finds many IT pros believe their companies are being snooped on more frequently, with some of the snooping being done by IT itself.
In what "has all the markings of a state-sponsored attack," government contractor US Investigations Services reveals the probable theft of government employees' personal information.
A new report from China claims that US "spying operations penetrate every corner" of the country, according to Reuters.
The Syrian Electronic Army targets the public faces of Skype, hacking messages to its blog and to its Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Likening government surveillance to malware, Microsoft's general counsel says the company is taking steps to protect the privacy of online communications.
In an unsigned document, the agency says that its communications data collection is comparable in scope to a "dime on a basketball court."
Ending the NSA's massive phone database is just one recommendation in a report from the White House's surveillance review panel.
External cybercrime is likely to pose a greater danger to many companies than insider threats over the next few years, according to Cyber-Ark survey of IT staff and top executives.
A state legislator who proposed requiring Internet providers to record every Web site their customers visited is now backing away from the idea.
The end of 2013 saw a rush of big NSA news, from a judge calling an agency program "almost Orwellian" to a bevy of tech stars talking reform at the White House. What lies ahead?