How Congress could handle cybersecurity-focused bills in 2018
CyberScoop polled a half dozen people who work on cybersecurity policy issues to come up with a verdict on each piece of possible legislation.
VMware announces, patches critical flaw in its VDP backup product
The company has publicly pushed patches to close vulnerabilities that can lead to remote root access.
Gov email report is a mixed bag ahead of DMARC deadline
Less than two weeks away from a DHS deadline, more than half of all agencies still don’t use Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance.
The Wassenaar Arrangement's latest language is making security researchers very happy
Security researchers are saying rewritten language that includes hacking tools in a treaty that regulates the global trade in weapons technology, saying it fixes rules that, if implemented in the U.S., would have outlawed much of the daily commerce of the cybersecurity industry.
European police take down criminals behind two big ransomware strains
A joint law enforcement efforts has arrest the criminals allegedly behind the CTB-locker and Cerber ransomware strains.
How a bad Wi-Fi router flaw led to a perfect example of responsible disclosure
The story how a researcher, a security industry behemoth and a private telecom company all came together to act responsibly in order to fix a bad flaw.