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Several widely available security cameras and wireless routers can be easily hacked to reveal customers' video feeds online.
Police have seen an increase in identity theft cases involving smartphone purchases by people using hijacked or fraudulently created AT&T wireless accounts.
Cybersecurity and cyber defense experience are buzzwords that enhance a resume. They are also jobs that are needed now and far into the future.
Americans paid Kaspersky Lab for the privilege of using its antivirus software that sucked out their information and sent it to Russia.
An employee at Deloitte, one of the Big Four accounting firms, fell victim to a fake Facebook account in late 2016.
A U.S. senator wants to know how well the country's top six voting machine manufacturers protect themselves against cyberattacks.
The dark web. Hackers. Your identity for sale. Fraudulent credit card accounts. Here are some of the best ways to protect your identity.
A five-page list of recommendations focused on two gaping holes in the U.S. election system. It warned that internet voting by at least some citizens in 32 states was not secure and should be avoided.
In the last week of July, Las Vegas will host three cybersecurity events available to the public at various prices; all three events offer multiple educational programs.