Groove ransomware gang is a motley crew of disgruntled hackers, researchers say
The group emerges as cracks form in the ransomware-as-a-service model.
Researchers show how to tamper with medication in popular infusion pumps using software flaws
The research illustrates the challenge of securing devices conceived decades ago from 21st-century digital threats.
T-Mobile confirms breach exposed sensitive data of more than 40 million people
The breach is the company's fifth since 2018.
John McAfee found dead after Spanish court approved extradition to US
McAfee, 75, was the creator of antivirus software and accused of multiple high profile crimes.
The kinds of cyber changes one McAfee expert expects to continue over the next year
Rob Lalumondier, Senior Director of Federal Civilian at McAfee 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.
Irish officials analyze decryption tool as long recovery process from ransomware continues
FireEye is involved in the incident response, a spokesperson said.
Irish officials warn of ongoing disruptions to health system, long recovery following ransomware incident
The incident, which Irish officials have blamed on Conti ransomware, has rocked the public health system.
Suspected Chinese hackers are breaking into nearby military targets
The suspected PLA hackers are back in action.
Suspected North Korean hackers set up fake company to target researchers, Google says
Their hacking has been exposed before, but they're not backing down.
How zero trust helped insulate Splunk from supply chain attack
The pervasive attack on government and commercial IT systems, via SolarWinds, highlighted the need for zero trust — and powerful analytics tools.