Google reveals sophisticated Italian spyware campaign targeting victims in Italy, Kazakhstan
The campaign is just the latest example of the increasingly sophisticated world of private zero-day exploit development, researchers said.
Lookout's Jim Dolce on challenges agencies face with device inventory
Lookout's CEO catches up with CyberScoop at the Zero Trust Summit.
Major German fuel storage provider hit with cyberattack, working under limited operations
Global operations of Oiltanking were not affected.
Cyber measures gain momentum at federal agencies
The White House cybersecurity order proved “game-changing" in fostering leadership support for cybersecurity, zero-trust policies and security-at-the-edge efforts, a new survey finds.
How federal agencies can revamp their mobile security posture
Mobile threat defense solutions help security leaders safeguard sensitive enterprise data from cyber threats that exploit users, apps and devices.
Cyber experts question Biden's tit-for-tat approach with Russia
To some, the president's words reflected dated and misguided thinking.
Election Day poses first security test for Biden officials, overhauled voting laws
There are no "specific, credible" threats to the elections Tuesday, government officials say.
25 bogus Google Play store apps promised to mine cryptocurrency for a fee, scamming wannabe investors
Lookout estimates that the apps have scammed more than 93,000 victims out of $350,000.
Maintaining effective data protection in a world of telework
Tony D'Angelo, Vice President, Americas at Lookout joins other influential security leaders to discuss cybersecurity trends and strategies as both public and private sector organizations meet today’s most pressing security challenges.
Possible Chinese hackers pose as UN, human rights group to eavesdrop on beleaguered Uyghur population
It's just the newest digital woe for the Turkic-speaking ethnic group.