California Real Estate Title Firm Lapse Exposes Personal Data in 885 Million FilesA security lapse at a major California-based real estate title company exposed the bank account numbers and other sensitive information contained in 885 million files.
Facebook Staff Had Access To Millions Of User PasswordsFacebook revealed on Thursday it didn't properly mask the passwords of hundreds of millions of its users and stored them in an internal database that could be accessed by its staff.
Travelers Warned About Lack Of Security With In-Flight Wi-FiWith the summer travel season in full swing, many airline passengers who spend their flights on their phones and computers might want to take precautions with in-flight wi-fi service.
25 Worst Passwords You Should Never Use (But Probably Do)Seems everyday someone asks you to create a password to protect your info online. That's a good thing. The bad thing is, many of those passwords are not only common, they are absolutely no good.
Ashley Madison Hack Merely Latest In A Long Line Of High-Profile Internet Security BreachesThe data breach affecting customers of the Ashley Madison website is only the latest -- and not the biggest -- high-profile breach of customer or employee data reported in recent years.
CEO Encourages Information Security Students To Pursue An Internship In The FieldRehan Jalil is the president of and CEO of Bay Area cloud access security broker and cloud apps security provider Elastica.
CEO Advises Information Security Students To Follow The ExpertsWith companies more reliant than ever to protect their intellectual property, the potential growth of new jobs may exceed those estimates.
Hewlett Packard Selling Snapfish As Part Of Long-Term StreamliningHewlett Packard sells one of its businesses and partners up with a key online security provider.
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Tech Report: How Easy Is It To Hack Your Wi-Fi Router?A new report by an Internet security firm shows that some of the most popular Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack, but it seems to be more of an international issue than at home.