IoT 'Security Hopscotch' Is No Game: Chris Roberts

Chris Roberts, in hot water after tweeting about a hack into a plane's WiFi system, describes another theoretical attack, this one against an Internet-connected appliance.

Chris Roberts has been in the news a lot this week, for all the wrong reasons. Roberts was banned from United Airlines after tweeting on a flight about his theoretical ability to hack into a plane's WiFi … more »

What Bruce Schneier Learned from the Sony Breach

Bruce Schneier provides guidance for organizations in the post-Sony breach world.

Cryptographer Panel Slams Government Key Escrow Idea

Experts on a cryptography panel at the RSA conference reject the idea of the U.S. government holding encryption keys.

Little Change in Security Workforce Challenges, Study Finds

Another big IT security firm finds a shortage of skilled infosec pros, again.

10 Trickiest Mobile Security Threats

Mobile apps are popular with knowledge workers and hackers alike. Which 10 mobile threats are the most problematic for security pros?

Manual Penetration Testing Still Crucial to Smart App Development

With automated security testing, you do not need manual penetration testing when developing apps, right? Wrong!

Do Threat Exchanges Work?

Sharing intelligence on security threats is an old idea getting new cred, thanks to Facebook's new Threat Exchange. But how well do such exchanges work?