While several charges were dropped, former Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown pleads guilty to sharing stolen data and targeting a federal agent.
What does one of the most respected computer security experts and hackers do after DARPA? Why, he moves to Motorola Mobility, of course.
The company says Felix Lindner's continued complaints about the security of its products have not been dismissed, and it would like his help.
Attorney General Kamala Harris is notifying mobile-app developers and companies that they must get in line with California law and post privacy notices for users or else face steep fines.
Fabio Coelho, head of Google's Brazil operations, who was arrested and released this week, says the company had no choice. It had lost its "final legal appeal."
The hire, which follows Moxie Marlinspike's move to Twitter last year, is evidence of how seriously Twitter is taking security these days.
Barrett Brown is arrested during an online chat, after he appeared in a rambling YouTube video in which he spoke of ruining an FBI agent's life.
Apple denies any involvement with a massive list of user identification numbers that leaked out earlier this week.
The sparks didn't fly during the company's first-ever talk at the hacking confab. Apple security specialist Dallas De Atley is stylish and all, but CNET's Elinor Mills got the sense she'd heard his lines somewhere before.
With an election looming, parochial partisan politics trumped national security -- shocker, I know -- leaving cybersecurity policy firmly in midair.