Microsoft's New Cybersecurity Engagement Center Opens In Mexico, Aims To Improve Users' Safety
Microsoft has publicly expressed their concern for the welfare of human beings in a global scale. This is the reason why they have extended their coverage of cybersecurity throughout Mexico to prevent the Latin American populace from being cyber attacked.
A Big Cyberattack Is Inevitable In 2017
According to security experts, in 2017 a big data breach is almost certain.
How Quantum Computing Will Change Cybersecurity?
Quantum computing might come sooner than expected and will make current encryption methods obsolete.
2016 Scandals And Controversies In Technology
2016 was riddled with controversies and the tech industry had its fair share. Here are five of them.
Did Chinese Military Hack Federal Insurance?
FBI investigates Chinese military hack targeting federal insurance.
Did Russia Hack US Presidential Election?
Russia has been accused for hacking the U.S. election, accusation that opens a new era in espionage.
Saudi Government Agencies Attacked By Data-Wiping Malware
Data-wiping malware affects Saudi government agencies.
How UK Wartime Codebreaking Center Became Modern Cyber Defense School
The UK will open a new cyber defense school on wartime codebreaking site.
How Cybersecurity Will Be Transformed By AI?
Tech experts believe that artificial intelligence will revolutionize cybersecurity.
What You Need To Know About Your Smartphone Spying On You For China?
A new spyware scandal involves U.S. smartphones sending personal data to servers back in China.
Russian Banks Were Hit By IoT Botnet Cyber Strikes
This kind of attacks has also been made to major websites last month. Many believe that this could have been done as retaliation for Russia´s alleged involvement in the U.S. elections.
US Hackers Ready To Retaliate On Possible Russia Cyber Mischief During The Election
US hackers are prepared just in case Russia and other countries try to disrupt the upcoming election.
Philips Hue Smart Lights Can Be Hacked By Using A Drone
According to a new study, a security flaw allows that drone could be used to hijack Phillips Hue smart lights.