As CIOs and IT security pros already know, strong security technology can still be undermined if end users don't follow safe cyber practices.
Stories by Matt Hamblen
Even after being given a new, secure device just before his inauguration, President Trump still uses his old phone.
Samsung has released its final report about the battery issues, but not all analysts feel the problems are fully put to rest for consumers everywhere.
An entrepreneurial mindset is key, smart-city managers said at last week's conference.
President-elect Donald Trump has turned over the Android phone he used for tweeting and will use a more secure phone with encryption capabilities that was approved by the Secret Service, according to news reports.
Steven Mnuchin, a former CIO and executive vice president for Goldman Sachs, told senators on Thursday that he is “very concerned about the lack of first-rate technology at the IRS” as well as staff cuts in recent years.
Fraud attempts on digital retail sales jumped 31% from Thanksgiving to Dec. 31 over the previous year, according to a survey of purchasing data from ACI Worldwide.
Users can access the map wirelessly with smartphones and tablets.
More high-profile cyber-exploits and allegations of Russian election-hacking has brought the issue to the fore.
The chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security said his top priority in 2017 will be to push for creation of a cybersecurity agency within the Department of Homeland Security.
Last week's U.S. intelligence report tracing Russia's cyber-meddling with the 2016 presidential election is a timely reminder of the cybersecurity risks that the government and private companies face, said Tom Ridge, the nation's first secretary of Homeland Security.
The adoption of smart city technology to manage traffic, water supplies, air pollution and other needs will see an upswing this year in U.S. cities.
AT&T debuted an advanced communications platform called vehicle-to-anything (V2X) on Wednesday in partnership with Ford and Delphi.
CEOs, board members need to bone up on cybersecurity and not leave those matters to CIOs, analyst says
BlackBerry touted a comprehensive mobile-security platform for a variety of IoT devices connected to enterprises
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