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By Andy Oram, John ViegaPublished by OReilly Media (http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596527488/)Although most people dont give security much...
Security researchers confirm that a member of the Chaos Computer Club has successfully hacked Apple's iPhone 5S Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
What does one of the most respected computer security experts and hackers do after DARPA? Why, he moves to Motorola Mobility, of course.
An older generation of hackers has grown, gotten good jobs, and started raising kids. What do they have to say to the new kids on the block?
The conferences will dig into issues ranging from mobile malware and hacking to vulnerabilities posed by linking critical infrastructure systems to the Internet and corporate networks. There are bound to be some hijinks as well.
A computer security expert who ran one of the early hacker spaces before launching several security start-ups will be a program manager at the Defense Department's DARPA.
CNET asks a host of security experts which of the major operating-system platforms is more secure for consumers. Here's what they have to say.
Information taken from the hacking of some of Twitter's employees a few months ago is finally coming to light. Can this happen to other companies?
Experts say critical infrastructure in the U.S. is at risk of cyberattacks as utilities increasingly rely on the public Internet, deploy unsafe smart-grid technology, and fail to take adequate security precautions.