The beloved children’s toy picks up some slang at Defcon.
Better now than during the midterm elections.
The credit-monitoring company’s new chief information security officer shares his vision for cleaning up Equifax’s mess.
More like point-of-fail systems.
Researchers found 17 vulnerabilities on systems that control traffic signals and water levels in major cities around the world.
It's an easy way to keep your accounts safe. The hard part is getting people to enable it.
It's the breakfast of champion hackers.
In the same way most people don't think about breathing and blinking, either.
He takes issue with Mike Pence's charge, and sees no drastic changes by the current White House.
The bureau says the three Ukrainian nationals are behind breaches that hit Arby's, Chili's and other restaurants.
We delve into Apple's quarterly results, Facebook's effort to fight influence campaigns, and a move to curb phone addiction.
Pence says the Trump administration "inherited a cyber crisis."
The center will seek to protect banks, hospitals and energy companies from the next massive cyberattack.
This is for every time the printer’s told you it’s out of toner.
We catch Roger up on shadow banning, Facebook's stock drop and Ecobee's smart thermostats.
Let's shed some light on the subject and on what's happening on Twitter.
Major key alert: It's another line of defense against hackers and thieves.
Also on the podcast, we talking about Facebook's Watch Party and a patch fixing the MacBook Pro's slowdown issues.
Both browsers pushed out new features. Plus: Airbnb fights the Big Apple.
We also talk about a CEO shake-up at Nest and just how well Amazon did on Prime Day.
Facebook, Twitter and Google started off a Judiciary Committee hearing with an apology, then an explanation.
This USB fan isn’t going to be blowing anyone away with viruses.
A dozen Russian operatives released thousands of stolen emails ahead of the 2016 US election. Here’s how it happened.
Plus, a look at how social networks are trying to kill fake bot accounts.
It seems Facebook would rather shush misinformation than shut it off completely.