In a letter to the House Oversight Committee, a Democrat from Los Angeles worries hackers could hijack Trump's "prized Twitter account" through the personal phone he reportedly chooses to use.
Speaking at the annual cybersecurity conference, Tyson calls Edward Snowden patriotic and holds forth on the importance of science
August Smart Locks already work with Amazon's Alexa, but today's update brings an unlocking command on board.
Commentary: In a new ad campaign, HP shows how easy it is to hack into corporate systems.
And it hasn't even offered them milk. Yahoo revealed the attack in December, but it was buried by news of its 2013 security breach -- the biggest one on record.
A congressional committee says it's worried the conversations run afoul of federal record-keeping requirements.
CNET editor Dong Ngo gives all his answers to questions about the basics of home networking.
APT28, blamed for the hack of the Democratic Party, releases Xagent malware that can steal iPhone backups.
This security expert knows all the tricks for stealing your personal information. His new book tells you how to keep your data safe.
Because the public battle over security and privacy ended in a draw, there's still a lot left to be resolved.
The original convention is part of a set of global agreements meant to protect civilians, prisoners and others during war. The tech giant wants to translate that for the digital age.
The whistleblower has been quietly serving as board president of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, a nonprofit that supports public-interest journalism.
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