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UPDATED: Stateside, AT&T and Verizon are on deck to sell the Classic in 2015.
An emailed threat can send companies to their knees and propel individuals without so much as a parking ticket straight to a holding cell. The problem is, today's puffed-up chest hacktivists know it, and Sony has borne the brunt. [Analysis]
E-mail credentials and a key DNS zone system were compromised. The severity of the damage is not yet clear.
Non-HTTPS pages provide no data security and the user should be reminded of that, argues the company. It's a big step.
Tackling state-sponsored attacks on critical infrastructure and the defence supply chain remain top priorities according to newly published figures.
New Zealand security software company Wynyard Group is facing an annual revenue result that will fall below its forecast NZ$29 million, due to lagging customer negotiations.
Although the man involved in a fatal siege in Sydney on Monday was well known to police and out on bail, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said that retaining every Australians' telecommunications data for two years may have helped police in the incident.
Mobile ransomware, insurance claims and striking the supply chain are all expected to make an appearance in 2015.
The crew behind The Pirate Bay has opened up about what the future holds for the torrent search website.
The chair of the joint committee on intelligence and security, Dan Tehan, has said that Monday's gunman incident in Sydney has reinforced the need for increased police powers and intelligence surveillance.
Google has blacklisted over 11,000 domains after a malware campaign, dubbed SoakSoak, compromised more than 100,000 websites using the WordPress content management system.
Analysis: Thanks to a not-so-secret backdoor, any encrypted calls will be open to intercept anyway, according to the NSA's rules of engagement.
[UPDATED] We have had an absolute deluge of problem updates from Redmond recently and some have been serious. What's up at Microsoft?
Hundreds of millions of records have been stolen this year through hacks and data breaches as a result of poor, or flawed security. Here are the most notable stories of the year.
The tragic story of pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing makes for an interesting and enjoyable movie, but many personal and technological details are glossed over in this treatment.
The group taking responsibility for the Sony hack have promised to give the firm a Christmas present it won't forgot -- unless staff ask politely for documents to be kept secret.
Apart from IT infrastructure resources consolidation and security enhancements, Asian businesses will also be spending on IT-enabled innovation, social apps, and data analytics, reveals IDC survey.
One of several updates for various versions of Exchange Server released Tuesday, the Exchange Server 2010 SP3 Update Rollup 8, was pulled Wednesday and reissued Friday.
October updates to Office 2010 and 2013 could cause problems with field updates in Microsoft Word. The faulty update is unclear at this point.
Number of attacks peaks driven by attempts to steal money online during the World Cup.