As an avid follower of information technology trends, I have read hundreds of articles and several dozen books about artificial intelligence (A.I.) over the past six years.
Hackers use steganography techniques to evade the usual safeguards such as antivirus software and firewalls. A healthy sense of caution is useful.
A major cyberattack has hit a gas compression facility, forcing it to shut it down for two days as it struggled to recover, according to an alert from the U.S. government.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning accountants and taxpayers that crucial steps must be taken now to prevent data theft. It comes amid nearly two dozen reports of stolen data over the past two months as the tax season kicks off.
New critical security vulnerabilities affecting Adobe, Belkin, Bosch, D-Link, Dell, Qualcomm, WordPress plugins and other products have been recorded in just this last week.
Several hundred Israeli soldiers have had their mobile phones infected with malware sent by Hamas cyber militants. The "honey trap" operation used fake profiles of attractive women to entice soldiers into chatting over messaging platforms and ultimately downloading malicious malware.
You're probably familiar with the phrase, "When all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail." That phraseis frequently used to describe how teams or individuals often have a myopic approach to addressing challenges based on their unique perspectives and skill sets.
In light of the spate of recent data hacks, people seem to have disparate and opposing reactions to the news and the thought of our personal information ending up freely available on the web: they redouble efforts to secure their privacy and passwords...
Cybersecurity experts were asked to name the hackers who have had the most influence—good or bad—across the years. Here's what they said.