Security

WASHINGTON, Oct 22 (Reuters) - A long-delayed bill that would make it easier for corporations to share information about cyber attacks with each other or the government without fear of lawsuits advanced in the U.S. Senate with strong support from members of both parties on...

Ask FBI special agent Byron Franz how to fight job loss and lack of competitiveness, and he's got an immediate answer: improve cybersecurity. Wisconsin has a rich landscape of targets for cyber criminals, including defense contractors, makers of high-tech industrial equipment and others, said Franz, who...

Government workers see their own agencies as a bigger cybersecurity threat than hackers from China or Russia, according to a new survey. The Obama administration has worked to boost the networks of the federal government, which have endured a string of data breaches in recent years,...

If you ever applied for device financing or service from T-Mobile anytime in the last two years, your personal information might have been stolen by hackers. T-Mobile says as many as 15 million people may have been affected by the data breach, an attack that didn't...

In early August, Popular Science reported an FDA safety warning against an infusion pump used in hospitals. According to the FDA, a type of pump used to administer IV fluids is vulnerable to cyber-attack, potentially putting patients' lives at risk. The article points out that,...