Report: Russian hackers waged broad phishing campaign against company tied to Trump impeachment
Area 1 Security says Burisma has been sent phishing pages by APT28, the same group who hacked the DNC in 2016.
Saudi cyber authority uncovers new data-wiping malware, and experts suspect Iran is behind it
It's the latest sign that Iranian computer operatives are interested in using data-wiping attacks to disrupt organizations in the Middle East.
Congressional commission mulls new private sector reporting requirements
A final report, expected in March or April this year, might include some surprises for corporate leaders.
Ukrainian cops just arrested an alleged hacker in one of Kyiv's 'most expensive' hotels
The mystery man was taken into custody at the behest of the FBI.
Cozy Bear kept moving after 2016 election, ESET says
The group, also known as APT29 and the Dukes, was "able to fly under the radar for many years while compromising high-value targets, as before," according to ESET.
Why are cyber insurers incentivizing clients to invest in specific vendors?
Insurers are exploring cybersecurity as an area with growth potential.
VMware CEO: The security industry has 'failed its customers'
Pat Gelsinger told a crowd in Washington, D.C., what needs to change if companies are going to truly protect their customers.
Securiosity: CrowdStrike's week in conspiracy theory hell
The president is pushing a very weird false narrative on CrowdStrike. FedEx shareholders are fighting over NotPetya and bug bounty companies may have some workforce issues in California.
Why did President Trump mention CrowdStrike to the Ukrainian president?
President Donald Trump appears to have asked Ukraine's President to search for a server linked with the 2016 breach of the Democratic National Committee, a breach CrowdStrike helped to investigate.
A persistent group of hackers has been hitting Saudi IT providers, Symantec says
The findings come at a time of heightened tension in the Persian Gulf.