Intel issued patches for multiple security flaws affecting NUC Kit and other related devices, as well as some Intel software tools.
Varonis security firm found a unique new strain of cryptoming malware that deploys sophisticated evading techniques to avoid getting caught.
Microsoft patched 93 security vulnerabilities for the month of August, including two new wormable bugs.
AV-Test, an independent organization that evaluates security products, gave Windows Defender perfect scores across its three evaluation categories.
Publishers are finding new ways to figure out if Chrome users are browsing in Incognito mode to get around their paywalls.
DARPA headed to the Def Con 27 hacking conference to sell attendees on the idea that it can build a truly secure hardware platform to protect U.S. elections.
Eclypsium revealed that more than 40 insecure drivers from 20 vendors were signed by Certificate Authorities and certified by Microsoft.
Microsoft reportedly has contractors help train AI using snippets of audio recorded via the Translate feature in Skype, as well as the Cortana voice assistant.
Cisco has agreed to a settlement with whistleblower James Glenn, the U.S. federal government and multiple state governments over its surveillance technology.
The Google Titan Security Key uses FIDO standards for two-factor authentication, so it's handy for professionals and securing popular apps, like Twitter.
Capital One revealed that a data breach compromised the personal information of roughly 100 million people in the U.S. and 6 million people in Canada
Attorney General William Barr has restarted the war on cryptography with a renewed call to to tech companies to implement encryption backdoors.
The U.S. DOJ announced that it's reviewing the big tech companies, including Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple, over antitrust issues.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reportedly approved a $5 billion settlement with Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica scandal that erupted in 2018.
Organizations are disagreeing over how critical a security flaw in the popular VLC media client really is.
Bloomberg reported that Google has settled for $13 million with the people whose data the company stole with its Street View cars between 2008-2010.
QNAP warned its customers in response to Anomali's disclosure of the eCh0raix Ransomware earlier this month.
A Russian FSB contractor called SyTech has experienced a data breach and the leaked data revealed all of its projects with the Russian spy agency.