Goodwill Industries confirms that it is working with the U.S. Secret Service to find out information about a possible theft of credit and debit card numbers from its customers, security researcher Brian Krebs reports.
Search giant Google has launched Project Zero, an initiative designed to stop attacks that exploit zero-day vulnerabilities across the web.
The need for security in virtual environments escapes many IT pros, yet a majority understand the importance of virtualization to their IT infrastructure.
Hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities in elasticsearch, an open source search analytics app, to infect Amazon's cloud service and other cloud services with distributed denial of service bots.
A new type of ransomware discovered in June is making it more difficult to track down perpetrators because they hide in the anonymity of the Tor network.
Three-quarters of 547 security and network operations pros surveyed by network monitoring firm Emulex said that they have reported the root cause of a security or network event to upper management that turned out to be incorrect.
While data breaches and security bugs like Heartbleed are bad news for CISOs and IT security managers, they are apparently good news for PKI vendors and the digital certificates market.
Delaware companies will be required to destroy personal information of consumers when that information is no longer required to be retained, according to a law that takes effect Jan. 1, 2015.
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