"DATA SECURITY" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 31 items for the tag: DATA SECURITY
Hackers compromising web ads, loving news and weather sites
Criminals finding all sorts of exciting ways to compromise users.
FBI again speaks out against end-to-end encryption
The FBI isn't a fan of encryption.
Hacker group from China has launched coordinated attacks for a decade
A hacker group with Chinese government backing has launched numerous attacks, even against networks not connected to the Internet, according to new reports.
Gartner: Security analytics could be crucial for breach detection
Cybersecurity is evolving and companies are adopting new security practices to try to defend security breaches.
Symantec: Hackers had a great year in 2014, looking to improve in 2015
Cybercriminals had great success in 2014, and are looking to further improve their illicit behaviors in 2015, Symantec says.
ABI Research: Biometrics industry to reach $13.8 billion in 2015
The security industry is booming, and biometrics will reach $13.8 billion in 2015, according to ABI Research.
Vormetric: 93% of companies face insider threat cybersecurity risks
More than 9 out of 10 companies are vulnerable to various cybersecurity risks related to insider threats.
Report: Employees pose biggest IT cybersecurity threat to companies
Reckless employees are giving IT security experts fits with their reckless behavior.
Government agencies face cyberattacks, largely unable to keep up
Cyberattacks are increasing, and government agencies are finding it difficult to keep up.
German government says it is under fire from foreign cyberattackers
The German government and private companies are under fire, and it appears China and Russia are largely to blame.
81% of enterprise security staff ready to 'guarantee' data security
Remember all those data breaches in 2013-2014? Don't worry, most IT professionals are willing to "personally guarantee" they can keep customer data secure.
Cybersecurity needs a better computing infrastructure, expert says
Cybersecurity experts face a number of challenges to try to keep networks defended against attacks from hackers largely stealing data in bulk.
Utilities understand they face cyberattacks, but don't do enough
Security experts are concerned that hackers will compromise utility companies and demand ransoms to be paid before turning over network access again.
Cybersecurity bill approved by Senate Intelligence Committee
A controversial cybersecurity bill has been approved and works its way further in the legal system, but not without causing controversy along the way.
Lockheed Martin: cyberattacks have quadrupled since 2007
Lockheed Martin has seen an increase of cyberattacks over the past few years, as defense contractors and government agencies try to develop better defense.
Organizations getting creative to try and stifle NSA spying
Groups hope to see Internet users and companies develop new tools and techniques to help prevent National Security Agency (NSA) snooping.
Phishing cybercriminals find most success with midweek attacks
Phishing continues to be a major problem, with cybercriminals using social engineering with a large amount of success, according to Mandiant.
Department of Homeland Security offers advice to fight 'Heartbleed'
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) also issues an alert regarding the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability, urging cooperation to battle the bug.
Heartbleed OpenSSL security bug plagues millions of Internet users
Heartbleed OpenSSL security vulnerability has hit scores of websites, leaving millions of users at risk of username and password theft, researchers say.
IRS worker takes drive home, opens up 20,000 employees to data risk
IRS worker won't win employee of the month after opening up 20,000 coworkers to potential data theft.
Stronger effort to try and keep your mobile device secure from attack
Companies are jumping at the chance to try and offer you security solutions for your smartphones and tablets - use them, according to the experts.
Universities slow to inform students, faculty of data breaches
Universities are under fire from cybercriminals and are slow to alert those affected by security data breaches.
NC State researchers create compromised Android detection software
Researchers from North Carolina State University create a new Google Android malicious app detection tool.
Healthcare IT evolving, but security loopholes still cause problems
Healthcare IT issues persist, and there is a shortage of skilled IT workers to help doctors and hospitals secure their networks.
Chinese government continues to plague U.S. with cyberattacks
Chinese hackers are continually targeting U.S. and other western critical infrastructure, and how to combat the issue is far from easy.
Catbird Security aims to boost enterprise cloud security environment
Security Catbird teams up with Trapezoid and wants to make next-generation security products for use by companies securing information in the cloud
NSA spying revelations cause stir in privacy and security markets
There are new software and hardware platforms available to help try and reduce government and NSA snooping.
Medical server hacked to host CoD: Black Ops game
Hackers breach medical server for CoD action.
iPhone 3G S encryption hacked in 2 minutes
So Much for "highly secure"
IN WIN Ammo 2.5 inch SATA HDD Enclosure with RFID - Full Video Review
Today we take a close look at IN WIN's Ammo 2.5" external SATA HDD enclosure with RFID hardware data security. It is also our first full video review!