Latvian car company Dartz has built the ultimate safety seat for a wealthy client -- one that keeps a tyke safe from bullets.
Free public Wi-Fi is incredibly convenient, but security can be an issue. Here's how to minimize the risk, whether you use a laptop, smartphone, or tablet.
Attackers stole usernames and clues to master passwords, the company says, but are unable to breach the vast store of encrypted passwords the service manages.
Kaspersky Lab detected a sophisticated and expensive hack it says was carried out by a country.
Norton's password manager doesn't hit you with a subscription fee, yet it syncs all your stuff between desktop, Web and mobile apps. Plus: a remastered classic game on sale!
There's been an explosion of gadgets that can track your fitness, sleep and even your posture. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a new category of wearable devices that focus on safety.
Do you have good habits? Safeguard your personal information against the most common Internet perils by taking these security measures.
In the wake of government surveillance and widespread hack attacks, Finnish company Jolla has revealed a new privacy-focused operating system.
Samsung's Knox security makes the Galaxy phones business-friendly.
After investigating hacking reports, SIM card supplier Gemalto says its encryption keys are safe. If cyberspies have you worried, there are apps to encrypt phone calls. Also: Motorola reveals low-price Moto E.