Almost 290,000 cases of fraud were filed with the Internet Criminal Complaint Center in 2012, almost 40 percent of which had some form of fraud loss.
By adding a large number of fake entries, or "honeywords," to the password database, researchers believe they can better detect attacks.
McAfee looks to extend security to multiple devices with LiveSafe, which will be available in June.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At its Sapphire Now conference, SAP announced mobile security products based largely on partnerships and offered in a cloud-based environment.
Microsoft announced its support for an international standard on secure software development, while an industry group offered a free training program for developers.
Backed by its own survey data, Microsoft asserts that consumers value their online privacy. Will Web services providers heed the warning?
REVIEW: eWEEK tried out NCP's Secure Enterprise VPN Client for Android, a new entry in the space of VPN clients for mobile devices.
The Pentagon spotlights China for sanctioning cyber-espionage, and Congress proposes a bill to block the import of products using stolen technology.
Authorities say that the defendants were members of a group that orchestrated the hacks of financial institutions around the world as well as the theft of millions.
SUPERAntiSpyware (SAS) for Business features a central management console for deploying and managing Support.com's client software on enterprise desktops.
The managed security services provider will enhance Dimension Data's outsourcing, cloud and enterprise mobility services.
Researchers have found a variant of the Ramnit Trojan that changes banks’ customer-support documents to camouflage fraudulent transactions.
A patch for a critical vulnerability targeted by hackers in watering hole attacks against IE8 users is among the 34 bugs slated to be fixed on Patch Tuesday.
A few breaches and some Website defacements are the sum total of the first day of Operation USA, which aimed to "wipe you (America) off the cyber map."
Google's "Policy Violation Checker" would allow documents to be scanned and red-flagged for phrases that break laws or violate corporate or other policies.