Twitter bolsters security for political accounts as election looms
It's an eleventh-hour move to safeguard high profile users as Election Day nears.
US charges alleged Iranian hackers with scheme to steal aerospace, satellite data
The aggressive crackdown on Iranian hacking this week has been a coordinated effort across multiple U.S. government agencies.
The Interior Department OIG clearly had some fun hacking the agency’s Wi-Fi networks
The report by the Office of the Inspector General underscores how a tech-savvy team can expose and help fix gaping security holes.
Senior Department of Energy cyber official to step down
Bruce Walker has been a key player in the department’s efforts to protect U.S. utilities from state-sponsored hacking threats.
Networking firm Sandvine cancels Belarus contract, citing ‘custom code’ that aided censorship
The episode highlights the role that software and cybersecurity firms can quietly play in the violation of human rights.
US indicts two hackers for retaliating for Soleimani's killing; more Iran-related charges expected soon
Two men were charged with defacing websites, which doesn't take much skill.