Trump officials hint at update for US maritime cybersecurity
The White House wants to take a closer look at maritime cybersecurity, two senior administration officials say.
Snowden agrees to forfeit $5 million from 'Permanent Record' and speeches
The forfeited money would be put into “a constructive trust for the benefit of the United States,” according to court documents.
'DisrupTor' dark-web crackdown leads to 179 arrests by international law enforcement
It’s only the latest in a series of international sting operations against illicit underground commerce.
‘Dark Overlord’ hacker pleads guilty, sentenced to 5 years for extortion threats
"I don't want to see another computer for the rest of my life," Nathan Wyatt, a U.K. man, said during a court hearing.
CISA orders agencies to quickly patch critical Netlogon bug
CISA has increasingly used its emergency-directive authority to try to keep foreign spies or criminals from burrowing into federal networks
TikTok, WeChat survive in US app stores — one with a deal, the other with a judge's help
The updates come amid ongoing questions about the White House's alleged national security concerns.
FBI hopes a more aggressive cyber strategy will disrupt foreign hackers
“Whatever it is that’s going to cause maximum impact on the adversary, that’s what the goal is,” the FBI's Tonya Ugoretz told CyberScoop.
Lame-duck versions of TikTok and WeChat are definitely a problem, security experts say
The Trump administration's restrictions on Americans' abilities to update Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat could degrade user security further, experts say.
Co-founder of cyber fraud prevention startup arrested for alleged fraud
The feds say Adam Rogas, the co-founder of software-as-a-service company NS8, alleged tricked investors with falsified financial statements.
US charges alleged Iranian hackers with scheme to steal aerospace, satellite data
The aggressive crackdown on Iranian hacking this week has been a coordinated effort across multiple U.S. government agencies.