Microsoft says it nixed China-linked hackers' apps from Azure cloud
The group — known as APT40, Gadolinium or Leviathan — was hosting apps on the Azure Active Directory and using open source tools as part the latest evolution in its tactics, security researchers said.
With an eye on election interference, Facebook scrubs networks of phony Russian accounts
It’s the latest in a series of scrubs Facebook has made for foreign influence operations heading into the U.S. presidential election.
US Army combines fake hacks, natural disaster simulation to test municipal responses
What happens when cyberattacks and natural disasters hit ports all at once?
Election cyberthreats have been 'blocked, minimal or easily mitigated,' federal agencies remind voters
For the second time in a week, the FBI and CISA have publicly reassured voters that election systems are being guarded from hacking.
Nigerian scammer sentenced for defrauding targets out of $1 million in office supplies
Much of the activity went down in 2013.
IG finds data security practices lacking at Customs and Border Protection before big hack
As federal agencies increasingly draw on biometric data for their work, the stakes for protecting that data from hackers have grown.