Google releases new email, browser security features to prevent common hacking issues
Google has rolled out new security features for users of Gmail and Drive, as well as its Chrome web browser. For Gmail and Drive users, Google is offering an opt-in feature called the Advanced Protection Program, aimed at those who are more prone to online threats because of the nature of their work. The company announced the program in a blog post on Tuesday.
The Trump administration is looking for its 'cyber moonshot'
The hunt is on for a single national target that will be a game-changer in online security. But don't hold your breath, it's probably not coming soon.
New dime-sized YubiKey adds more mobility to authentication keys
The new product launch caps a big year of investment and increased sales for the security hardware company.
How the Democrats plan to stop hackers from breaching 2018 campaigns
Fresh off the wounds of the 2016 campaign, Democratic political reorganizations are compelling political campaigns to improve their cybersecurity.
BlueBorne: The latest Bluetooth vulnerability that impacts billions of devices
"These vulnerabilities are the most serious Bluetooth vulnerabilities identified to date," Armis researchers explained.
Ad industry body issues first certificates for anti-malware best practices
The digital advertising industry's cybersecurity assessment and information-sharing organization has issued its first set of anti-malware certifications, signing off on measures against cyberattacks taken by nine companies who touch as much as half of the digital advertising market.