The Anthem and White House hacks were accomplished using surprisingly simple methods.
Some lawmakers are wondering whether it was all a coincidence.
The government can now keep pace with innovation trends in commercial sectors.
A biometric authentication program, Windows Hello, will be part of Windows 10.
In a letter to Congress Friday, the groups asked for stricter rules for retailers.
U.S. officials "have the ability to track" terrorists, Obama said.
New York banks will have to explain how they detect and defend against cyberattacks.
The government and private sector hide too much about cyber threats, says Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (...
The team will give legal advice on electronic surveillance and guide Congress on cyber legislation.
The executive will help oversee cybersecurity efforts at breached companies like Home Depot.
The most deceptively disguised links can get people to click 45 percent of the time.
The newly discovered surveillance tool is likely a centerpiece of one intelligence program.
The draft would require contractors to report more cyber incidents to authorities.
Rep. Hurd: “This ‘do as I say, not as I do’ culture runs rampant in Washington."
Internet routers distributed by a variety of manufacturers have a major security flaw.
"I’ve changed them since then," Obama assured the audience.
President Obama and his top officials all practice good “cyber hygiene,” the White House said.
It's one of several cyber bills that could become law in Congress's final week.
Cyber theives may have had access since 2009.
The National Association of Federal Credit Union (NAFCU) is once again pushing Congress to set data...
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sent yet another letter to Senate leaders on Tuesday.
PasswordBox allows users to log in to apps, websites and bank accounts without having to enter...
The malware, Regin, is difficut to trace and can collect almost any network data.
The spyware might be watching you, reading your emails, listening to your calls.