Whether to pay ransomware is a complicated—and costly—calculation.
Going through security and customs isn’t anyone’s favorite part of traveling, but sometimes it’s not just inconvenient — it can get super pricey.
Crystal Tadlock, a Colorado woman returning from France over the weekend, was fined $500 for…
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Xbox hacking, LinkedIn bugs, and more security news this week.
In suing Russia, the Trump campaign, and others over the hack of its systems in 2016, the Democratic National Committee has also filled in important timeline details.
Opinion: Citizens may object to their social media posts being mined by law enforcement, but the practice can keep the public safe.
Detecting an insidious physical attack on your MacBook may often be as simple as alerting you when its lid opens.
New research from Princeton University exposes vulnerabilities in the social network’s universal login API.
We leave traces of our genetic material everywhere, even on things we’ve never touched. That got Lukis Anderson charged with a brutal crime he didn’t commit.
The OURSA security conference offered a place for diverse voices in security, a counterpoint to the corporate hegemony of RSA.