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An updated how-to guidance for responding to cyber incidents is out.
F-Secure analyzed 19 new families of mobile malware. It found a big increase in products that target Android.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is making it easier for agencies to test the use of logical access control for applications.
A battle over the role companies should play in keeping the U.S. safe from cyber attacks threatens to kill cybersecurity legislation in the Senate
NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander gave the keynote at this year's Defcon in Las Vegas.
Hits on infrastructure such as electricity grids and water supplies increased 17-fold between 2009 and 2011.
Tougher cybersecurity regulations could be the final step for Stage 2 of the HITECH Act, which aims to implement electronic health records. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services want hospitals to prove their EHRs are encrypted and secure.
The value of the global cybersecurity market will nearly double within the next five years, according to Markets and Markets.
Two lawmakers are angrily reacting to what they say is a lack of cooperation from a U.N. agency that may have sent computers and other technology to Iran and North Korea in possible violation of U.N. Security Council sanctions.