A security researcher has discovered a way to hack a self-driving car relatively easily and for little money using a makeshift laser pointer.
The rise of connected vehicles is set to be the next big thing in the automotive industry, but it comes with a slew of unique security risks.
Self-hacking may be the next big thing in IT security, but can thinking like cybercriminals really help professionals defend corporate networks?
The Ashley Madison security breach has everyone talking, but what's the takeaway from this affair for corporations looking to improve cybersecurity?
The high jinks and hacking demonstrations that go on during the Black Hat USA conference are the stuff of legend. Catch up on the most prolific examples.
Black and white hat hackers may be the most well-known types, but a third kind of hacking focuses on solving math problems to help develop the cyberdomain.
All four major browsers were hacked by security researchers at the Pwn2Own competition, which is designed to encourage responsible bug disclosures.
Identity and access management systems were tested in 2013, a year that saw 822 million records compromised. Here's what you need to know.
Smart refrigerators, televisions and cars are all part of the new era of connected devices. These connected, smart devices provide us with an unprecedented level of convenience at our fingertips. Yet they contain a treasure chest of personal and...
With Blackhat USA behind us and Defcon in its full throes, there seems to be a trend away from purely digital hacks and toward physical devices. In that spirit, here are nineteen amazing hacks that cross the physical divide.