APTs quiet ahead of Beijing games, but financially motivated hackers are still lurking, research says
Nation-state hackers might not want to get on China's bad side, but athletes, officials, volunteers and fans should watch their phones.
Security fears over antitrust legislation raise looming questions about a federal privacy law
Experts say not all of the tech companies' security concerns are unfounded.
Large-scale cyberattack halts Red Cross work reuniting families, exposes confidential data
The sensitive and confidential data for more than 500,000 individuals helped by the organization was exposed.
FCC wants to revamp data breach laws for telecom carriers
The rule change could create additional reporting requirements for companies.
CISA issues advisory on state-sponsored hacking amid Russia, Ukraine tension
The advisory singled out critical infrastructure as being especially at risk.
Feds' spending on facial recognition tech expands, despite privacy concerns
CyberScoop identified more than 20 contracts since a government watchdog warned agencies about unmitigated use of the technology.