Alleged Russian scammer appears in U.S. court after extradition battle
The case of Aleksei Burkov has been the subject of headlines in Israel and Russia for months.
UK's Labour Party says it has repelled a DDoS attack
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called the attack “very serious,” and potentially “a sign of things to come.”
Cyber Command flags North Korean-linked hackers behind ongoing financial heists
And this time they have the capability to record audio from victim machines.
U.S. officials release framework for notifying public of foreign interference in elections
In cases of foreign attempts to disrupt the electoral process, more communication with the public is needed.
New York company charged with selling vulnerable Chinese-made equipment to U.S. military
The U.S. Air Force, Navy, and the Department of Energy were among Aventura’s clients.
Former Twitter employees charged with spying on critics of Saudi Arabia
The two former employees were recruited by someone attached to the Saudi royal family.
Amid NSA warning, attacks on Confluence have risen in recent weeks
The NSA warning just got a little more relevant.
Accused Vault7 leaker argues Espionage Act charges are unconstitutional
Joshua Schulte's lawyer says some of the charges “are unconstitutionally overbroad and void for vagueness.”
Inside the FBI's quiet 'ransomware summit'
Exclusive: A look at an unprecedented, closed-door conference that's meant to fend off the threat ravaging enterprises across the U.S.
With workforce in mind, bipartisan bill proposes incentives for cybersecurity education, and more
The HACKED Act is the work of the top Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Commerce Committee.