In the wake of last month's revelations that encryption firm RSA has been in cahoots with the NSA, several of the best-known security industry speakers cancel their regular appearances at the RSA Conference.
The National Security Agency paid $10 million to the security firm RSA to implement intentionally flawed encryption, according to a new report.
Amid a wave of cyberattack against Lockheed and other companies, the SecurID maker is offering to replace the tokens for customers concerned about risk to their networks and data.
Twitter just got it. Apple recently got it, too. Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon have had it for a while. But why's two-factor authentication important, and will it keep you safe?
That's the word from National Security Agency director Gen. Keith Alexander, who also said that China was responsible for last year's RSA attacks.
Contrary to popular belief, data breaches don't necessarily sink a company, studies and survivors indicate.
VeriSign discloses in quarterly SEC filing that hackers stole data in successful attacks, but doesn't say what data was stolen.
Adobe to issue fix by next week for critical hole in Reader and Acrobat that could allow an attacker to take control of the system.
Lots of players target the U.S. in economic and other espionage, but old Cold War foes stand out as both aggressive and capable.
Intel rolling out chip-based technology that allows specific computers to be paired with accounts so Web sites can verify your login is legitimate.