Ad industry launches cybersecurity intelligence-sharing organization
The Trustworthy Accountability Group says it will take on a new cybersecurity role as the first information-sharing and analysis organization in the digital ad industry.
'Cloak & Dagger' attack hits all the typical Android security weaknesses
The Android security team repeatedly deemed the attacks less severe than the researchers did.
Tor's ex-director: 'The criminal use of Tor has become overwhelming'
"I think 95 percent of what we see on the onion sites and other dark nets is just criminal activity."
Microsoft hurries to patch 'worst' Windows vulnerability
Microsoft has rushed out a self-installing patch for a vulnerability in a Windows security program that allows hackers to take over a computer just by sending an email.
IBM shipped malware-laden USB sticks to unsuspecting customers
Big Blue has been mum on how the malware made it onto the drives.
Malware sniffer is latest cyber technology to get DHS push toward marketplace
A new form of malware detection software that analyzes computer code to predict malicious behavior — but without actually running it — has been exclusively licensed to a Virginia startup from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.