In a number of recent data breaches, the entry point for the hackers was through a third party vendor. FierceITSecurity recently sat down with Steve Durbin, global vice president of the non-for-profit Information Security Forum, to discuss third party security and other security challenges that will confont IT security teams in the coming year.
The U.S. Congress has yet to deliver any uniform or actionable policy regarding Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. But with threats involving virtual currencies gaining national attention and supporters pushing for favorable legislation, the soon-to-be elected 114th Congress may not be able to ignore the new tech.
Despite the security and privacy risks that mobile apps pose for medical use, the Food and Drug Administration is "leading the way in defining a regulatory path for mobile medical apps", explains an infographic from high-tech product design and development consultancy Sagentia.
ARCEP, the French telecom regulator, has told the Paris prosecutor that Skype's failure to file as an electronic communications operator in France could be considered a criminal offense.
The highlight of the Gartner Symposium ITxpo so far has been the keynote address by Cisco chief John Chambers, who laid out his vision that the "Internet of Everything" will become the platform of the future.
Orlando, Fla.-- The "Internet of Everything" will become the IT platform of the future, predicted John Chambers, chairman and chief executive officer of Cisco.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill into law that prohibits the state from regulating VoIP services, reports the Capitol Weekly. In August, the California legislation passed the bill that...
A county in West Virginia is taking MagicJack to task over 911 fees, demanding the service provider collect and pay for 911 fees needed to fund the county's emergency call center. While the story
Some VoIP providers and users maybe sighing a breath of relief after initially getting worked up of China cracking down on certain VoIP providers. A number of spins on the news speculated that Skype
Entering 2011 with a bang, the Chinese Ministry of Information and Industry Technology (MIIT) has moved to crack down on illegal VoIP services in the country. The catch is that if VoIP isn't being