After hackers stole customer data from the Home Depot weeks ago, questions remain as to why retail stores haven't been more successful at protecting their systems from cyber theft. For more on this, Mike Riley, a reporter with Bloomberg, joins…
By Charles Pulliam-Moore
Starting on July 1, 2015, residents of California will be able to remotely wipe their cell phone data with the push of a button.
By Xander Landen
The Department of Homeland Security says that more than 1,000 U.S. businesses have fallen victim to hacker malware that steals financial and personal information from customers after they swipe their credit cards.
By Hari Sreenivasan, Kayla Ruble
Vulnerable devices include the iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch, and iPad 2 and later. Security researchers found the bug also occurs on Mac OS X running on Apple laptops and desktops.
By Cindy Huang
By Sam Lane
Tech giant Google plans to pay hackers a total of nearly $3 million to find holes in its Chrome OS computer software.
By PBS NewsHour
U.S. retailer Target has acknowledged that up to 110 million customer accounts were compromised by a data breach during the holidays, raising consumer concerns and prompting lawmakers to demand answers. How can shoppers protect themselves? Gwen Ifill talks to Nicole…
U.S. consumers have many protections but no guarantees against credit card fraud…
Smart Devices That Make Life Easier May Also Be Easy To Hack, Says FTC…
News Wrap: Credit Card Hackers Indicted for Stealing More Than $300 Million…
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