Security influencers weigh in with both concerns and curiosity over the future of the social network.
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The ransomware group LAPSUS$, now known as the hackers responsible for the Okta breach, has returned from what they refer to as a "vacation".
Mobile security often beats PCs, but users can still be fooled and smartphones can still be hacked. Here’s what you need to watch for.
Still got an old Blackberry or Compaq laying around? CSO Publisher (and packrat) Bob Bragdon does! Rummaging around Bragdon's attic (with some memory help from mobile office expert Catherine Roseberry) provides a look at how mobile device security has evolved.
As more organizations allow employees to use social media like Facebook and Twitter at work, cybercrime attacks on these networks have exploded, according to a report released Monday by IT security firm Sophos. Reports of malware and spam rose 70 percent on social networks in the last 12 months, the security survey reveals.