Here's hoping that 2014's hard-learned lessons lead to a less eventful 2015. In the meantime, here are our top five security fails of the past year.
BlackBerry and Boeing are teaming up to offer the aerospace company’s ultra-secure ‘spy’ smartphone.
Holiday cheer is in short supply for employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
After purging millions of fake Instagram accounts this week, this housekeeping move by the social network resulted in angering all the users that define their self worth by a follower count.
In recent months numerous hacking campaigns have been uncovered by security firms. In many cases, they have been attributed to state-sponsored hackers.
For anyone gearing up to deliver a speech to an audience, there’s always a chance they’re going to be rudely interrupted by someone’s mobile device going off.
Sony’s shock decision to scrap the Dec. 25 release of its controversial movie “The Interview,” will strengthen hackers, experts warn, fuelling debilitating cyberattacks on other high-profile firms.
More than 100,000 WordPress websites have been infected with malware after attackers exploited a vulnerability in a popular WordPress plugin called RevSlider.
As if Sony Pictures doesn’t have enough on its plate just now, two former employees are now suing the company for failing to do enough to protect personal data on its computer systems, a situation...
The hackers behind a devastating attack on Sony are threatening an "11th of September"-style attack on movie theaters showing an upcoming movie that pokes fun at North Korea's communist dictatorship.