Reports say that President Trump has already handed out his digits to leaders in Canada, Mexico and France.
Newly found flaw in widely used networking software is yet to be exploited by hackers.
Proposed bill would require the NSA to inform other government agencies about security holes it finds in software.
The brain prefers short, predictable sequences—exactly the opposite of a good password.
A group of hackers targeted the U.K. Foreign Office over several months last year.
The popular messaging apps have closed the hole that left users' accounts open to being taken over by hackers.
Hundreds of guests at the hotel in Austria were affected by the attack.
The intelligence agency will send cryptography and cybersecurity puzzles to schoolgirls.
Cybersecurity pioneer John McAfee warns of the "obvious incompetence of the FBI."
Cybersecurity pioneer John McAfee says only a fool would think there is effective cyber defence.
But McAfee tells Newsweek he would not be Trump's cyber chief if offered the role.
The banks' websites were hit with cyberattacks by same botnet that caused major disruption to the internet in October.
John McAfee says attacks are "harbinger of near-future attacks that will be more devastating."
A simulated phishing scam found that people click on unknown links out of curiosity.
One university was targeted 21 separate times by cyber criminals in a single year.