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Hackers are targeting businesses large and small while botnets spread malware indiscriminately as they propagate via email. But how can you tell whether you’ve caught the attention...
Many users finally migrated off of Windows XP in the weeks leading up to the expiration of support, but millions of XP systems are still in use by businesses and consumers.
Target CIO Beth Jacob has resigned following the retailer's embarrassing data breach. A former CIO weighs in and says Jacob took the high road.
Alex Howard asserts that, in the optimal scenario, giving people access to their own health records is one of the best applications of data for the public good.
According to Patrick Gray, your organization shouldn't ignore the emerging Internet of Things. Find out how you can take advantage of IoT through app aggregation and integration.
Internet banking startup Simple's name and philosophy are one and the same. But, are consumers ready to trust the Internet with their finances?
Birmingham, Alabama, is fast becoming a hotspot for digital crime fighting. Together, let's learn what they're doing right.
WordPress plugins are highly vulnerable, according to a recent report.
Michael P. Kassner, with the help of a noted academic and author, looks at what motivates Chinese hackers. It may not be what you think.
The United States Congress is once again considering a bill that could forever change how we as individuals use the internet. Michael P. Kassner looks at what those changes are.