Apple's logo now appears on FIDO Alliance's list of board level members.
The U.S. reportedly charged four Chinese spies with the Equifax data breach of 2017 that compromised the personal information of more than 147 million Americans.
According to cybersecurity firm Sophos, RobbinHood ransomware has been making use of legitimate, but vulnerable, Gigabyte drivers to infect PCs.
Wacom responded to a report detailing how its tablet driver can gather app usage data from a paired system and send it to Google Analytics.
A researcher found a way to exfiltrate data from an air-gapped system using imperceptible changes to monitor brightness levels.
Security camera firmware made by China-based Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology allows for remote access, security researchers discovered.
The update is available for both consumer and server versions of Windows 10 build 1903, but users need to install it manually.
Avast announced that it's shuttering its Jumpshot subsidiary after widespread criticism over selling its users' data.
Emotet spammers are reportedly using the Coronavirus outbreak in an effort to spread malware via email.
AV-Test.org revealed that most antivirus vendors have not announced an official end date for supporting Windows 7.
Google paid security researchers $6.5 million in 2019, which is more than double the previous highest payout. It's rewarded more than $21 million through its buy bounty program since 2010.
Avast has long been selling browsing data collected from its users. Now we know how personal that data really is.
A Kaspersky report said that Shlayer, malware pretending to be a Flash update on streaming sites, is the most common malware on Apple macOS.
Ubisoft filed a lawsuit against the operators of a site that sells DDoS attacks to people who need to cheat in popular games.
A hacker reportedly published the IP addresses, usernames and passwords of 500,000 devices accessed via Telnet.
Intel said it will reduce the performance loss seen by the Gen7 graphics driver after it patched a security vulnerability.
The U.S. bill seeks to prohibit any kind of intelligence sharing with countries that adopt Huawei's 5G networking gear.
More than 1 billion medical images can reportedly be found online without a password by connecting to a doctors' office server.