Take a look back at the biggest hacks, attacks and breaches of the year.
Apparently nothing kills love like money. Whether you have a lot or just a little.
Time to say goodbye to tap-and-pay? Some say yay. Others: Not so fast, but no need to move on it, either.
In his latest column, technology writer Robert McGarvey says lack of wave-and-pay in iPhone 5 a blow but there are a lot of other players.
What’s going on with hackers today is a lot like what the ranchers of the 19th and 20th centuries faced with cattle rustlers.
A year of historic breaches at RSA, Epsilon, Lockheed Martin and even the Sony PlayStation Network, demonstrates how ineffective the best security technologies can be when people are involved.
“In order to win, we need to be perfect. For a malicious party to win, he needs only to exploit one mistake.”
Security firm offers to replace millions of tokens, implement new measures aimed at protecting Web-based financial transactions.
Federally insured credit unions have been told to ensure they have security measures in place in the wake of several recent online breaches.
The British branch of Equifax, one of the three large credit bureaus in the U.S., has warned that, in general, consumers do not have enough passwords to critical accounts and do not change the ones they have often enough.