A Bluetooth vulnerability has the potential to allow a nearby hacker to gain unauthorized access to a device.
The modern workplace is increasingly mobile. The prevalence of secure mobile internet and emphasis on face-to-face collaboration has seen corporations increasingly emphasize remote work for their employees.
One key to improving cardless ATM acceptance among consumers is to build trust and comfort by ensuring that best-in-class security measures are in place. Given the right security and layers of defense, the cardless ATM process can be secure.
Users are downloading their Facebook data to see just how much Facebook is recording.
Google released its fourth annual review for Android security. Here are the highlights.
One of the ten attacks can create "artificial choas" by sending a fake emergency alert to cell phone users.
Video from the school's surveillance system has helped police put together a timeline of events on the day of the shooting.
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.
Smartphone application to help with security efforts during the Super Bowl.
CSLS now offers a product contest for safety and security products found on campuses.
The chaiOS bug can freeze or restart your phone without even having to click the link.
On Saturday, people in Hawaii received an emergency notification warning of an imminent nuclear missile attack.
ISC West will debute its SIA Education@ISC session lineup for the 2018 show in Las Vegas in April.
The DHS’s Science and Technology Directorate “Securing Mobile Applications for First Responders” report said that security flaws were discovered on 32 of the 33 popular apps tested.
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Labs reported Monday on a new “jack of all trades” Android malware threat they’ve dubbed Loapi.
The FCC has voted to roll back an Obama-era Net Neutrality Rules.
The clock is ticking on gift-buying this holiday season, but that’s no excuse not to do some research before you buy connected toys.
The goal of the new security module, Google said, is to prevent attackers from decrypting your data without knowing your password by reinforcing the lock screen against attacks.
Connected toys may excite kids, but parents need to be wary.