Wave of cyber-enabled scams target FIFA World Cup fans
Digital scams looking to steal data and dollars from World Cup fans are in full force as the tournament enters week two.
How Xi Jinping leveled-up China's hacking teams
China's investments in cybersecurity education set the stage for a new, more prolific era of digital espionage.
White House expected to issue executive order reining in spyware
The prospect of an executive order limiting use of spyware within U.S. intelligence unleashes potentially even more debate in Washington.
Iranian hackers use Log4Shell to mine crypto on federal computer system
A flaw in a ubiquitous open-source software library is still being exploited nearly a year after its discovery.
Andy Greenberg on how 'Tracers in the Dark' found the dark web's worst criminals
The Wired journalist's new book reveals how investigators deployed cryptocurrency tracing technology to solve some of the internet's biggest crimes.
LockBit ransomware suspect arrested in Canada, faces charges in US
Authorities arrested the suspect wanted for his alleged role in one of the most prolific ransomware crews in the world.
Four-year cybercrime campaign targeting African banks netted $30 million
Attacks on banks in more than 15 countries used sophisticated spearphishing and off-the-shelf tools.
Ransomware costs top $1 billion as White House inks new threat-sharing initiative
The Treasury Department released its finding as the White House is wrapping up an international summit on fighting the ransomware problem.
Spy agency embraces meme culture and the internet is here for it
The NSA cybersecurity director's memes suggest the Pentagon may have finally figured out how to use internet culture to its advantage.
Notorious hacker know as 'Spdrman' arraigned for role in Real Deal dark web marketplace
Daniel Kaye is suspected in numerous cybercrimes and previously served time for knocking out the internet for the entire country of Liberia.