Researcher Discovers Method to Fully Process Encrypted Data Without Knowing its Content
(PhysOrg.com) -- An IBM Researcher has solved a thorny mathematical problem that has confounded scientists since the invention of public-key encryption several decades ago. The breakthrough, called "privacy homomorphism," ...
Quantum eavesdropper steals quantum keys
Interpol swoop nets 25 suspected 'Anonymous' hackers
Interpol has arrested 25 suspected members of the 'Anonymous' hackers group in a swoop covering more than a dozen cities in Europe and Latin America, the global police body said Tuesday.
EMC's anti-hacking division hacked
The world's biggest maker of data storage computers on Thursday said that its security division has been hacked, and that the intruders compromised a widely used technology for preventing computer break-ins.
Chinese hacked into US Chamber: report
A Chinese group has hacked into America's largest business lobbying organization, compromising all data on its servers and information about its three million members, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Flaw found in securing online transactions
Researchers on Wednesday revealed a flaw in the way data is scrambled to protect the privacy of online banking, shopping and other kinds of sensitive exchanges.
Fujitsu Develops Secure USB Memory Device Featuring Automatic Data-Erase Function
Fujitsu Laboratories today announced the development of two new technologies designed to prevent the unwanted disclosure of data from lost universal serial bus (USB) memory devices and prevent uploads to file-sharing ...
Jury orders SAP to pay Oracle 1.3 billion dollars
A US jury has ordered German business software giant SAP to pay US rival Oracle 1.3 billion dollars in damages in a record-setting copyright infringement award.
HP sues ex-CEO Hurd over new job at rival Oracle
(AP) -- Hewlett-Packard Co. is suing the chief executive it ousted last month, Mark Hurd, to stop him from taking a top job at rival Oracle Corp.
Norway hit by major data-theft attack
(AP) -- Data from Norway's oil and defense industries may have been stolen in what is feared to be one of the most extensive data espionage cases in the country's history, security officials said Thursday.
Companies beware: The next big leak could be yours
(AP) -- WikiLeaks' release of secret government communications should serve as a warning to the world's biggest companies: You're next.
Security heightened ahead of Ubisoft's 'Avatar' game release
Security cameras in hallways, double locked doors and strict confidentiality clauses, Ubisoft employees are working in a veritable bunker in downtown Montreal to create their latest 3D video game.
EU takes Britain to court over Internet privacy
The European Commission said Friday it was taking the British government to court for failing to protect Internet user privacy.
Motorola barred from turning over Huawei info
A US judge has ordered Motorola not to turn over any confidential information from China's Huawei Technologies Co. to Nokia Siemens Networks as she examines a lawsuit filed against the US telecom giant.