Lawfare editor on persistent DDoS attack: 'We wish they'd knock it off'
The DDoS attack is a reminder of the prevalence of this blunt attack method and of a growing security market for defenses against it.
Ex-DHS official on PPD-20 repeal: Consider potential blowback to private sector
Suzanne Spaulding says the U.S. government should carefully consider the potential private-sector repercussions of conducting offensive cyber operations.
New research highlights Vietnamese group's custom hacking tools
Researchers at Cylance have uncovered remote access tools linked to the infamous Vietnamese hacking group APT32.
Meet GreyEnergy, the newest hacking group hitting Ukraine’s power grid
Cybersecurity researchers at ESET have identified a spinoff to the infamous Russian hacking group.
Ransomware hits computer networks of North Carolina water utility
The utility has vowed not to pay a ransom for the attack, which will force the company to rebuild its computer systems.
Breach of Pentagon travel records exposes defense personnel PII
The Pentagon identified the breach on Oct. 4 and is still investigating.