If you’re a young person in the United States, working at a fast food restaurant is no big deal, just a way to earn some money. For others it’s actually what they make their living off of but Jordan Collier a determined former employee of Chick-Fil-A broke the mold and found his way to a $90,000 job as a computer…
Imagine driving down the highway in a nice Jeep Cherokee with not a care in the world, only to have it start behaving like Bumblebee from the “Transformers” film and not in a good way. This however could be the case for any vehicle, not just a Jeep Cherokee.
As the PROMO cloud coding competition nears, The Register and IBM introduced a new way for developers to create applications using a cloud based platform with Bluemix.
In response to the Hacking Team malware that leaked documents revealed to be on computers all over the world, Facebook has released a “query pack” for users to detect the company’s malware on Mac OS X.
After Hacking Team had their own systems hacked, it exposed a world of cyber wrongdoing and now it looks like the team of hackers were also using drones to aid in Wi-Fi based hacking software that could cripple computers and mobile devices.
There literally isn’t a website that is safe from the threat of hackers, even the ones you least expect to get hacker. Over 37 million registered users from the marital affair site Ashley Madison have had their personal information compromised by hackers.
Countries all over the world have been rushing to tighten up the security and surveillance of their countries online community but a recent U.K. High Court ruling might be a minor setback for officials. The High Court ruled that emergency surveillance is unlawful.
The FBI and US Department of Justice had turned out the lights on a cybercriminal forum that doubled as a marketplace for hackers to buy and sell malicious data called “Darkode.”
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, a unity of twelve different automakers, announced that it will be creating an information and analysis center through which the companies will be able to address cyber security threats targeting vehicle software.
Jordan Wiens, the man who exposed a severe bug on the United Airlines website, is now rich, well, rich in airline miles that is. He’s been rewarded 1 million miles for helping them fix a bug that could have caused major damaged if it was exploited.