Ilya Gridneff NSW's top crime-fighting agency has admitted it is being outsmarted by criminals who use BlackBerry phones and online telephone services such as Skype to prevent their illicit conversations being...
Adam Turner With just a little bit of effort and carefully clever passwords, you can protect yourself from hackers.
Ben Grubb NATHANIEL CAREW makes a living protecting computer systems. In his spare time, he hacks into Google.
Samantha Murphy Although a nasty piece of malware called DNSChanger was set to kick thousands of Mac and PC users off the internet on Monday, no major companies experienced issues related to the so-called "Doomsday...
Michael Lallo News website Crikey has been hacked with editors warning readers not to visit its home page until it has been fixed.
Jason Lewis FACEBOOK is facing curbs on how it exploits its users' most personal information to create bespoke advertising.
At least 14 West Australian government agencies don't have the adequate systems in place to detect or respond to a cyber attack, the state's auditor general has found.
Dirk Averesch There are some good programs out there that don't cost a thing.
Adam Turner Australians are vulnerable to the security threats behind the British phone-hacking scandal, writes Adam Turner.
Carolyn Cummins DOTCOMS are back. A decade after they fled from their large, funky offices leaving North Sydney a ghost town, they are now back filling the office void caused by the shrinking corporate sector.
Natalie O'Brien CRIMINAL networks are feeding off Australians' lust for new technology by skimming data from computers dumped in Africa and Asia - and using it for blackmail, fraud and identity theft.
Ainslie MacGibbon The young people may not listen but every school and institution dealing with them advises careful consideration of what information they post online.
Vincent Morello Police expect to make more arrests over one of Australia's biggest online hacking attacks, which they say could spread to companies overseas.
Asher Moses EVEN if David ''Evil'' Cecil is guilty, he is not necessarily a hacking mastermind. Computer security professionals say breaking into websites and computer networks is now as simple as downloading...
Saffron Howden AN UNEMPLOYED truck driver with the online moniker ''Evil'' hacked into one of the national broadband network's service providers and had control of its entire system for at least six weeks, police...
Stored inside a series of ordinary brick buildings beside a sprawling wasteland on the edge of San Francisco Bay are intimate details of your life, relationships and opinions.
Even as he urged tens of thousands of Twitter followers to rise up and attack government and law enforcement, the most wanted hacker on the planet was working for the FBI.
At the large public housing project in New York City where he lived, outsiders knew him as a quiet family man.
Marissa Calligeros The Queensland Police fraud squad will be the first in Australia to go on "wardriving" missions to help residents protect their wireless internet networks.