Evidence suggests Russia's SVR is still using 'WellMess' malware, despite US warnings
It's less clear what APT29 might be doing with the hacking tool, after allegedly using it last summer to try to steal Covid-19 research.
Wyden bill would require digital signatures for sensitive court orders
Sen. Ron Wyden's bipartisan legislation would apply to federal, state and tribal courts.
Why grassroots efforts like #ShareTheMicInCyber play a vital role in a whole-of-society approach to cyber
The lack of trust between the public and private sectors can be overcome by creating strong communities and humanizing practitioners, two leading minds argue.
Biden says 'shooting war' could break out with foreign heavyweights over cyberattacks
The saber-rattling comes amid ongoing fallout from hacks that originated in Russia.
Biden issues memo to push critical infrastructure cybersecurity upgrades
"Our current posture is woefully insufficient given the threat we see today," a senior administration official told reporters.
Justice Department officials urge Congress to pass ransomware notification law
But they say Congress should hold the brakes on banning ransomware payments.
Accused CIA leaker Joshua Schulte allowed to represent himself at next Vault 7 trial
The ruling is the latest decision in a legal case that dates back to 2017.
Chinese spies are exploiting routers to try hacking French targets, cyber agency says
It's part of a blitz of foreign governments calling out Beijing-sponsored hackers.
New legislation would boost the FTC's role in fighting ransomware
Congress is looking for ways to help agencies take on the growing threat.
Chinese government-backed hackers infiltrated US pipeline companies, FBI says
The campaign compromised at least 13 companies.