The first step toward protecting your private information is using a better password.
Research has found more than 8000 online vulnerabilities that allow hackers to hijack a person’s pacemaker.
Cybersecurity experts believe there are between 80-90 million cases of malware-related attacks every year.
A new report says WiFi networks in coffee shops have very little security.
Nearly 98% of all computers affected were running Windows 7.
You might want to think twice about ditching your passwords and using your fingerprint sensor instead.
This is one change that’s long overdue.
The FCC chairman has halted purposed privacy regulations that would restrict internet service providers from selling your private information.
Two-factor authentication uses a separate piece of hardware to create a second form of verification. Unlike your main password, this one is only available for a short period of time but will significantly increase your security.