Money launderer connected to North Korean government hackers, 'Hushpuppi' is sentenced to 11 years
Ghaleb Alaumary faced up to two decades behind bars.
Kaseya says up to 1,500 victims affected by ransomware, as Biden directs 'full resources' to investigate
REvil, the group that took credit for the attack, is seeking $70 million from what it says are actually 1 million victims.
USB-based malware is a growing concern for industrial firms, new Honeywell findings show
The hacking tools could be bad news for industrial systems.
New global model needed to dismantle ransomware gangs, experts warn
Tackling ransomware gangs globally is a tall order, but a path forward is taking shape.
Amid widespread Exchange Server attacks, Microsoft issues patch for older versions
It's an unusual move reserved for severe vulnerabilities.
BEC scammer infects own device, giving researchers a front-row seat to operations
Not every attacker is a wizard.
US charges alleged North Korean hackers with trying to steal $1.3 billion in cybercrime spree
It's part of a larger case against alleged perpetrators of the WannaCry ransomware outbreak and the Bangladesh Bank heist.
Estonia's diplomacy training aims to shape state behavior in cyberspace
Back by popular demand, it's the third-ever Estonia cyber diplomacy school.
Health insurer Excellus penalized $5.1M by HHS for data breach
The incident dates back to the era of well-publicized hacks on corporations such as Target, Sony and Home Depot.
FireEye, Microsoft find 'killswitch' to hamper SolarWinds-related malware
The action highlights the power that tech companies have to throw up road blocks to well-resourced hackers.