A former top US election official urges sweeping security improvements, warning 'democracy is in trouble'
"The long-term consequences — the damages to our democracy and institutions — of 2020 are far from certain," the report reads.
Cybercrime is hitting communities of color at higher rates, study finds
"Everyone else has a better chance at not being financially hit, everyone else has a better chance of skirting by kind of unscathed."
Key lawmakers to CISA: Let us send you more money, power
One never can be sure Congress will get its proposals across the finish line, but a pro-CISA sentiment abounds.
FCC proposes record $5 million robocall fine for voter suppression scam
John Burkman and Jacob Wohl are also facing a number of felony charges.
Senate fails to confirm new CISA director before two-week break, drawing criticism
The Senate could break for recess without confirming Jen Easterly as CISA director. The agency has lacked a permanent director since November.
Top tech critic Lina Khan named FTC chair
The selection is a huge warning shot to big tech companies on privacy and anti-competitive behavior.
SolarWinds hackers are behind a widespread phishing campaign impersonating USAID, Microsoft says
It's a sign that the hackers are experimenting with new tactics.
White House to nominate NSA vets Chris Inglis, Jen Easterly as national cyber director, CISA chief
The nominations come as the Biden administration continues to grapple with two high-profile hacking operations linked to Russia and China.
Pro-India hacking group expands mobile malware arsenal
Lookout found links between commercial stalkerware and the suspected state-backed activity.
Federal election agency adopts updated voting security standards. Not everyone is happy.
Even as most considered the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG) 2.0 an upgrade, there were complaints about its provisions on wireless connectivity.