Symantec Fighting Copycat Election Websites

The company wants to catch fake websites before they make off with your personal information.

Phishing Is the Internet’s Most Successful Con

Tricking people out of sensitive information online is far too easy.

Google Chrome Update Helps You Stop Reusing Passwords

It's time to stop committing one of the deadliest security sins.

Hey Tech Support Scams, Google Is On To You

The tech giant is taking action against this common scheme.

Cyber Firm Defends DNC Hacking Alert That Turned Out to be a False Alarm

Fast responses to cyber threats and perfect accuracy don’t always go hand in hand, a cyber pro who worked on the alleged DNC hacking attempt says.

Government Leads Industry in Anti-Spoofing Email Protection, Report Finds

A higher percentage of federal domains are protected by DMARC than in the tech or banking sectors.

Watch Out For Travel Scams, FBI Warns

If it seems too good to be probably is.

Identifying the Cyberattack Patterns and Doing the Easy Stuff

The math favors the attackers. There is little you can do about the attacker, but there is a lot you can do about you.

Microsoft Says Russia Tried to Hack Three 2018 U.S. Midterm Candidates

The hackers targeted the candidates’ staffers with phishing tactics.

Hackers Account for 90% of Login Attempts at Online Retailers

The airline and consumer banking industries are also under siege.

Bill to Block Feds' Personal Email, Social Media Access Advances

The bill would authorize agency leaders to block any website for cybersecurity reasons without negotiating with unions.

DHS Aims to Turn Mobile Devices into No Phishing Zones

The Homeland Security Department and 16 other agencies are upgrading their mobile device security.

Data Breach Notifications Can Now Be Brought to You

Worried you've been breached? There's now an easy way to check.