Java Zero-Day Malware Attack: 6 Facts
New details reveal Oracle knew about the Java exploit in April, but has yet to release a patch. Here's how to protect yourself against active attacks.
Lessons In Campus Cybersecurity
What universities are doing -- and should be doing -- in response to increased cyberthreats, and how students can protect their suddenly very valuable IDs
Winning By Losing
Employers and customers will take everything you have to give, and then ask for more. You can bitch about it, or you can say no -- the choice is yours
The Case For A Cyber Arms Treaty
In the wake of Stuxnet, could an international 'cyber arms' agreement forestall U.S. cyber warfare with China and other countries?
Shamoon Malware Might Be Flame Copycat
August attack on Saudi energy company likely work of "anti-tyranny" hacktivist group Cutting Sword of Justice, probably a Flame copycat, say security experts.
We examine security monitoring in the context of "sexy defense"