Online testing firm agrees to security audit after inquiry from senator
It’s another case of privacy and security risks emerging in technology that is key to adapting to the coronavirus pandemic.
US intelligence report warns of increased offensive cyber, disinformation around the world
The National Intelligence Council weighs in.
European cops collected data from encrypted chat service for weeks prior to cocaine bust
Sky CC appears to be the latest encrypted service to be compromised by European authorities.
How NIST hopes network defenders will stop ransomware
It's an issue of protecting data integrity, says Bill Fisher.
EU investigating ‘IT security incident’ involving multiple agencies
The scope and nature of the incident were not immediately clear.
Suspected Chinese spies cover tracks in efforts to breach Vietnamese government
The research shows how alleged Chinese hackers may collaborate in their efforts to infiltrate Southeast Asian governments.
Advanced hackers use Fortinet flaws in likely attempt to breach government networks, feds warn
The attackers could be using the bugs to access “key networks" as part of data-exfiltration or encryption attempts, officials said.
Biden's cyber executive order to include new rules for federal agencies, contractors
The executive order is one part of the administration's response to the SolarWinds hack.
Mayorkas pledges to modernize US cyber-defenses after their failure to detect alleged Russian spies
"Our government got hacked last year and we didn’t know about it for months,” the DHS chief lamented Wednesday.
DeepDotWeb boss pleads guilty to laundering millions
DOJ had hailed the indictment of the man and a co-conspirator as "the single most significant law enforcement disruption of the Darknet to date."