BlackBerry's acquisition of German software firm Secusmart aims to secure voice and data and put better mobile security in every president and chancellor's hand.
The National Security Agency sent out a mysterious coded tweet Monday, which has since been deciphered.
After a Turkish Internet certificate authority "mistakenly" issues two unauthorized e-documents used to verify Web site authenticity, another organization creates a fraudulent certificate that could let it impersonate various Google sites. Browser makers have responded.
The security world doesn't trust the Web. Symantec wants to prove naysayers wrong.
VeriSign discloses in quarterly SEC filing that hackers stole data in successful attacks, but doesn't say what data was stolen.
Cyberattacks from China have reportedly adopted a variant of the malware known Sykipot to compromise the smart cards used by U.S. government agencies.
The security heavyweight eyes VeriSign's SSL, PKI, and other authentication services in a deal valued at $1.28 billion.
Some analysts say VeriSign's Secure Sockets Layer business is a nice fit for Symantec, but others question how smart it is for the security company to get into the commoditized SSL certificate market.
Though not a standalone security widget, PKI can really improve security, protect data integrity, and bolster identity management.
Federal officials are poised to implement DNSSEC across the .gov domain by the end of 2009, but is the government in over its head?