Cybersecurity firms are confirming that a computer malware attack dubbed "Olympic Destroyer" hit Wi-Fi systems at the Winter Games.
Securing personal and business data from theft has become an issue of paramount importance.
Washington state’s new cannabis-tracking system was hacked the weekend of Feb. 3, according to the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB). Among other information, the hacker stole route information associated with four days of marijuana deliveries.
Relatively new on the market, the iKeyp is a smart safe for everyday use. It is simple to install and easy to connect with via the app on your smartphone.
Beginning in July with the release of Chrome 68, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”. The Chrome browser already displays a green lock icon and “Secure” sign in the URL bar for HTTPS-encrypted websites.
Ideal for customers seeking an easy to use end-to-end video surveillance solution, WAVE is highly customizable and can create tailored network video solutions for any type of project, on any device.
Consumer Report says its testing found that Roku devices and Samsung Smart TVs have security flaws that make them vulnerabilities to hackers.
The new university app feature, called Safewalk, expands on an already existent BYU program to enable police to track students’ locations through their smartphones and virtually “walk” with students through campus and the student housing areas.
High acceptance among various verticals including mobile banking and financial services owing to rising security concerns has enhanced biometrics market size.
Soldiers have taken on the work of guarding Pyeongchang's ice area ahead of the Winter Olympics' Opening Ceremony.