Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade reversal sparks calls for strengthening privacy
Data collected by tech companies could be used to prosecute abortion seekers, they warn.
CISA advisory panel wants agency to act on election disinformation, multifactor authentication
CISA's director has 90 days to respond to the suggestions.
Former Mandiant exec tapped to run CTIIC, ODNI's cyber threat intelligence center
Laura Galante comes to the role after several years of running her own cybersecurity firm. The Ukrainian government was one of her clients.
DOJ, international law enforcement disrupt massive RSOCKS botnet
The search warrant targeted a Florida hosting company alleged to have facilitated the botnet activity.
House Armed Services chair calls national security software, systems 'too vulnerable'
Rep. Adam Smith said the U.S. needs to invest in modernizing national security software and systems, which he said are vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Privacy legislation might provide a powerful guard against online identity fraud
It might pose a new hurdle for cybercriminals looking to swipe personal information.
U.S. marshal used controversial cell phone location service to illegally access data, DOJ says
Prosecutors say Adrian Pena used Securus.
String of attacks on French telecom infrastructure preceded April attack on fiber optic cables
American telecommunications infrastructure is vulnerable to attack and government is not doing enough to protect it, a top expert said.
How CISA's list of 'must-patch' vulnerabilities has expanded both in size, and who's using it
While CISA says the catalog is catching on, some think it needs improvement.
Russia escalates threats against West in response to cyberattacks
Russia experts said the escalating and increasingly overheated threats are typical of how the Russians engage diplomatically and are not a cause for worry.