Latest Global Digital Forensics Stories
2014 saw some of the biggest data breaches in history, and on the heels of those successes, hackers will undoubtedly be trying to hit the ground running in 2015.
The hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment has caused a firestorm on many fronts for many people, from embarrassing communications coming to light, to exposing other sensitive information which could
From Target to Sony Entertainment, mega-breaches have been making headlines all year.
When news surfaced last month that over 1.2 billion user credentials were stolen by an organized cybercrime group thought to be operating out of Russia, the dominoes were just starting get to
The diplomatic tension with China over cyber attacks may have just gotten another infusion of fire to deal with after it was reported earlier this week that one of the biggest hospital groups
With recent reports about Russian hackers assembling the largest recorded cache of stolen user credentials in history, the vulnerabilities businesses could be exposed to warrant a close look
Black Hat has become the go-to convention where black hats and white hats collide, with hackers showing off their ingenuity and prowess by openly defeating popular security measures, and security
Cloud computing has found its way into nearly every sector of industry, and with the challenges the very nature of “computing in the cloud” brings to the table for both IT security personnel
With smartphones playing an ever increasing part in the lifestyles of so many people in today’s technology driven world, the amount of private information they can contain can be staggering,
As the Iranian cyber espionage attack called Newscaster is exposed, the power of social engineering again steps into the spotlight.
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