States rely on faulty, outdated technology, and resist efforts to use videophones.
Hackers have targeted software's supply chain in three high profile attacks discovered over the summer.
Kaspersky, Apple, and more of the week's top security news.
Apple has boasted of its use of a cutting-edge data science known as "differential privacy." Researchers say they're doing it wrong.
A patch that would have prevented the devastating Equifax breach had been available for months. There's no excuse for that.
Opinion: The new facial recognition technology could be the next frontier for surveillance.
In light of the latest Bluetooth-related security meltdown, a friendly PSA.
Conservatives are in arms over Twitter's suspension of Hope Hicks' Twitter. There's only one problem.
Opinion: The government must address security threats from DIY weapons and autonomous vehicles.
The iPhone X replaces TouchID with FaceID. Here's what kind of security trade-off you can expect.
The Equifax breach wasn't the first mega-breach. But there are some steps that could help make it the last.
Apple has added two features that could make the lives of law enforcement investigators significantly more difficult.
Plus researchers revealed a technique called "DolphinAttack" that could allow hackers to silently "speak" to nearby voice assistants.
It's time to rethink the Social Security number's ubiquity.
The Internet Research Agency, which appears to have purchased thousands of bogus political ads on Facebook, may be defunct, but its work may not be done.
Google has released a fix against a devious new form of "overlay" attack against Android phones.
Don't panic, but start watching your credit report and financial accounts *very* closely.
Hackers, scammers, and the security threats surrounding Initial Coin Offerings
Uber's former head of self-driving cars is now driving the DNC's tech team, hoping to help the shattered organization recover from one of the worst tech fails in history.
Hackers who hit American utilities this summer had the power to cause blackouts, Symantec says. And yes, most signs point to Russia.