Google unveiled a cloud platform service to help organizations collect vital data from billions of IoT devices.
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A variant of the WannaCry ransomware has been able to infect some of the computers patched after the original malware struck. But attacks in the U.S. appear to be limited so far.
Enterprises were clearly unprepared. The question is if they'll fare any better the next time around -- and there will likely be a next time.
There are now so many cyberattacks that many enterprises simply accept that hackers will find ways to break into their systems. Companies are combining new and old methods to thwart the bad guys.
IT pros, share these tips with your users. Hey, it can't hurt.
Businesses are being urged to train their workers to be more vigilant than ever to protect passwords and sensitive data and to recognize threats.
CEOs and other senior enterprise managers rated four breakthrough technologies "very low" in terms of productivity improvement in the next five years, according to a Gartner survey.
While individual buyers might pick the device for its looks, the S8 will rely on the latest Knox 2.8 security and management.
The number of Internet of Things devices used to spark the "smart" in smart cities is expected to surge six-fold through 2026.
Samsung's highly promoted Bixby voice assistant won't be shipping with Galaxy S8 on April 21, as previously announced.
Dallas city officials have added extra encryption to bolster the security of outdoor warning sirens hacked early Saturday.
Dallas emergency management officials continue to investigate a hack that activated all 156 emergency tornado sirens citywide for about 90 minutes early Saturday.
Corporate boards are rarely prepared for cyberattacks -- and when they occur everybody likes to point fingers at everyone else.
From an undisclosed downtown Phoenix location, public safety officials in a command-and-control center will monitor and react to metadata from up to 900 video feeds, as well as to data from various sensors.
Verizon will launch a nationwide wireless network designed to help developers, businesses, utilities and municipalities deploy secure internet-of-things devices at lower cost.