RSA Hit by Hackers

RSA Hit by Hackers

Top security firm RSA Security revealed on Thursday that it's been the victim of an "extremely sophisticated" hack.
NEC Launches World's First Contactless Hybrid Finger Scanner

NEC Launches World's First Contactless Hybrid Finger Scanner

NEC Corporation announced today the commercial launch of the world's first device to simultaneously acquire fingerprint and finger vein characteristics without physical contact.
Xelltec Announces Revolutionary New Laptop Security Microchip

Xelltec Announces Revolutionary New Laptop Security Microchip

Xelltec announced the release of their revolutionary new security microchip, which will enable users to remotely track and protect their laptops and handhold devices.
Sophos Equips Businesses to Go Virtual

Sophos Equips Businesses to Go Virtual

Sophos announces the first virtual security appliance to bring security, data protection, and administration ease to the first VMware virtual environments.
TenBu Nio Security Tag review

First Looks: Nio Security Tag

Afraid of losing your keys, bag or camera? The handy little nio security tag with a range of customizable settings offers a solution to keep your valuables safe.
TenBu Nio Security Tag

TenBu Nio Security Tag

The nio security tag acts as protection against theft or loss of your valuables. It establishes a connection with your smartphone via Bluetooth and sets off the alarm as soon as it's taken out of a designated proximity setting. Other handy features include Locate Function and Motion Detection mode, which make it extremely handy.
Amazon's Cloud Services Used to Brute Force Wi-Fi Passwords

Amazon's Cloud Services Used to Brute Force Wi-Fi Passwords

A German researcher has claimed that he managed to make use of Amazon's EC2 cloud services to crack the passwords of Wi-Fi networks using brute force.
Trend Micro Launches Titanium 2011

Trend Micro Launches Titanium 2011

Trend Micro today released new security software that provides state-of-the-art protection for consumers’ data, delivered with optimal performance and ease-of-use.
Majority of IT Professionals Admit to Network Snooping

Majority of IT Professionals Admit to Network Snooping

In a recent study, a large percentage of IT professionals admitted to using their administrative powers to access information not relevant to their role.
The Science of Software Security, according to Microsoft

The Science of Software Security, according to Microsoft

HWM/HardwareZone.com had the opportunity to visit the Microsoft Redmond office in late May and among other more serious (and technical) things, uncover stuff the team has done in the anti-malware department since the days of Nimda, Code Red and Slammer.