A lack of reliable figures on the costs of many kinds of cybercrime is holding back companies and governments from responding appropriately.
China sees a major increase in infections on file-sharing sites and more targeted, localized malware threats.
Limiting damage from attacks requires far faster reactions, quick notification of victims, and adherence to regulations. Managing all that can be tricky.
The payments giant keeps fraud losses below industry averages by teaching computers to play detective.
Industry guide: resources and upcoming events.
Software with security flaws, and a lack of historical data on risks, have made the Internet of things tough to insure.
Encryption could have prevented some of the worst cyberattacks. Giving back doors to law enforcement will make matters worse, argues Bruce Schneier.
Citing Snowden, a European court throws into doubt whether many U.S. companies can easily haul European data across the Atlantic.
The world of connected devices is growing fast, but how secure is it?
Amid a wave of corporate privacy and security pronouncements, 2014 was supposed to be the “year of encryption.” It didn’t pan out that way.