Here's the story of how I almost got hacked — and what you can learn from my close call to ensure the data breach doesn't happen to you.
A years-old hack led to more than 117 million LinkedIn email addresses and passwords being posted online — and this isn't the only hack getting headlines.
Lenovo, LinkedIn and Zen Cart addressed serious software flaws during the holiday weekend, but now users can rest assured that vulnerabilities are patched.
Cybercriminals are using social engineering tactics on social media networks such as LinkedIn to gain access to corporate networks.
At Facebook's recent F8 conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg touched on "small" security tactics the site uses to avoid larger issue down the line.
IBM X-Force has found a social login attack that lets attackers intrude in many websites' local accounts and has alerted those affected by it.
LinkedIn spam emails exploit users' tendency to follow links from social networks, then steal sensitive data from their computers.
Even security-savvy users can fall for fake social engineering attacks through malicious emails sent by cyber criminals to install malware.