|FCC Defends Internet Traffic Proposal
The Federal Communications Commission has defended proposed rules governing Internet traffic that critics say would gut Net neutrality. The rules would allow deals that gave certain traffic priority.
|Fund Seeks To Head Off Heartbleeds
Can more funding prevent Heartbleed vulnerabilities in future open-source software? A new Core Infrastructure Initiative at the Linux Foundation is attempting to find out.
|Lessons from Verizon's Threat Report
It’s probably not a jaw-dropper, but cyberespionage is officially on the rise. And the use of stolen or misused credentials is still the leading way the bad guys gain access to corporate information.
|Net Gets Faster, But Easier to Attack
Global connectivity speeds are increasing, China is tops for origination of attack traffic, and Distributed Denial of Service attacks increased 50 percent last year, according to a new Akamai report.