Exclusive: PR software firm exposes data on nearly 500k contacts
The company removed the bucket from the open internet after being contacted by CyberScoop.
'Sandworm' book review: To understand cyberwar, you must understand Ukraine
The new book explains why Ukraine has been linked to almost every major cyberattack and how cyberwarfare's ultimate consquence is the danger to people's lives.
Twitter: We accidentally used security data to target users with ads
Twitter does not know how many people were impacted by the error.
VMware CEO: The security industry has 'failed its customers'
Pat Gelsinger told a crowd in Washington, D.C., what needs to change if companies are going to truly protect their customers.
Former Yahoo engineer admits to hacking accounts in search for sexual images
A former Yahoo software engineer pleaded guilty Monday to breaking into accounts — including friends and colleagues — in order to find nude images and videos.
'Unpatchable' iOS exploit sends jailbreak enthusiasts into a frenzy
'checkm8' takes advantage of a flaw that can't be patched by Apple.