Three's a crowd: Popular bug bounty companies are growing at an insane rate
Although each firm follows a slightly different model, it's becoming what's working for bug bounty companies.
Hidden Mac malware designed to spy on 'everyday people'
The unique malware, which allows for a hacker to remotely spy on a targeted computer and install additional malicious software, looks to be run by a single attacker.
A vulnerability in IoT software has opened a door into thousands of internet-connected devices
Coding flaws evident in a popular open source software library known as gSOAP could allow a hacker to remotely control and infect internet-connected hardware like security cameras with malware, according to research published Tuesday by IoT-focused cybersecurity firm Senrio.
Iranian hackers heisted U.S. defense software for clients blocked by sanctions, indictment says
A group of Iranian hackers broke into multiple U.S. defense contractors in order to steal intellectual property and other businesses information that they then sold to foreign enterprises and governments, including the Iranian government, according to a newly unsealed U.S. indictment.
Energy sector hacking campaign targeted more than 15 U.S. firms
Sources told CyberScoop that 18 companies have received the phishing emails, with another five investigating incidents that may be tied to the same attackers.
Here are the cybersecurity amendments added to the House's defense bill
House members attached several cybersecurity-focused amendments to the fiscal 2018 National Defense Authorization Act.