Parents may have a reason to update their privacy settings and be picky about what they post online: people stealing photos and passing off strangers' kids as their own.
Some stores are trying to bring in customers with special discounts, while others in particularly hard-hit areas like Boston are working hard just to keep their locations open.
Phyllis Schneck, the Department of Homeland Security's top cybersecurity official, talks about President Obama's recent executive order on information sharing at a Passcode-Center for National Policy event in Washington, D.C.
Multiple surveys, including one recently released by defense contractor Raytheon found that the attention paid to large breaches at corporations such as Sony and Anthem hasn't significantly changed attitudes about information security.
Extremism is a shallow concept, an easy answer in a complicated world. One part of fighting extremism is encouraging deeper thinking.
The ultimate goal of information sharing is to stop attacks and improve overall cybersecurity. For this to happen, however, threat information has to be accompanied by crisp, well-thought-out response plans.
A new report by Russian research firm Kaspersky Lab says the United States has found a way to hide spyware in almost any hard drive built by the world’s top computer manufacturers.