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FTC's right-to-repair ruling is a small step for security researchers, giant leap for DIY hackers

by Tonya Riley • 4 months ago

The ruling helps some hackers, but not all.

Malware spammers aim to leverage Kaseya ransomware drama in email campaign

by Tim Starks • 5 months ago

Big attacks can have long tails.

Why combining FIDO2 and PKI provides broader enterprise-wide security

by CyberScoop Staff • 6 months ago

FIDO2 authentication standards are great for streamlining the user experience, but CISOs still need PKI to manage machine identity and trusted interactions across the enterprise.

Lawmakers want DOD to share more info with Americans on deterring hacks

by Shannon Vavra • 7 months ago

Reps. Elissa Slotkin and Seth Moulton questioned Gen. Paul Nakasone Friday.

'Ghostwriter' disinformation campaign rages on as Biden prepares for NATO trip

by Sean Lyngaas • 7 months ago

“These types of tactics are readily deployable elsewhere," said FireEye's Lee Foster.

White House slaps sanctions on Russian cyber activities while blaming SVR for SolarWinds campaign

by Sean Lyngaas • 8 months ago

The White House said it has "high confidence" that Russia's SVR is responsible for the SolarWinds intrusions.

Army warns of QR code scams amid pandemic

by Shannon Vavra • 9 months ago

Touch-free payments are attractive until thieves drain your bank account.

White House releases maritime cybersecurity update

by Shannon Vavra • 11 months ago

Ports and shipping lanes are ripe for adversaries' exploits, and the military sees potential threats to its force projection, too.

Everything you need to know about voting by mail

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 year ago

While cybersecurity doesn't come to mind with the mail, we've have a guide that explains the security behind the process.

There’s a new open-source project to detect cellphone-snooping technology

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 year ago

The EFF's Crocodile Hunter includes an API that gathers data on IMSI catchers and shares it with other researchers.