Researchers built a proof-of-concept system to show that Uber and Lyft don't actually need to know where you are.
Nineteen legislators say the discovery of automated grid-disruption malware in Ukraine means the White House isn't doing enough to protect critical infrastructure.
A new hands-off hack uses an EMP attack to overcome fundamental software protections.
When 198 million voter records get exposed on the internet, you've got plenty of reason for concern.
As intruders caused a blackout by hijacking the network of a Ukrainian energy company, spooked engineers recorded this video.
Blackouts in Ukraine were just a trial run. Russian hackers are learning to sabotage infrastructure---and the US could be next.
Database security continues to be a major pain point. Just ask the nearly 200 million people whose personal info got left exposed on the internet.
Microsoft's patching Windows XP, an anonymous tech company fought back against PRISM, and more of the week's most important security news.
As extremists continue to flood social media, Facebook opens up about its efforts to stop them.
Michelle Carter has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for pressuring her boyfriend to kill himself via text. Here's what it means for free speech online and off.