Accenture lost 'proprietary information' in summer ransomware attack
The company didn't elaborate on the exact nature of the extracted data.
Nations investing in cyber, 'democratization' of malware are factors accelerating dangers online, CISA official says
Brandon Wales said at CyberWeek that the twin phenomena have increased the "prevalence and impact" of attacks.
2021 ransomware transactions already exceed 2020 numbers, Treasury Department says
DarkSide and REvil were two of the most popular ransomware strains reported.
US, allies pledge to combat money laundering as part of efforts to slow ransomware
Two days of meetings produced the joint statement.
A former top US election official urges sweeping security improvements, warning 'democracy is in trouble'
"The long-term consequences — the damages to our democracy and institutions — of 2020 are far from certain," the report reads.
White House kicks off international ransomware meeting amid global barrage
The U.S. is pushing the message that the world should address ransomware collectively.
Peanut butter and ProtonMail: US charges underscore evolution of espionage in digital age
Like Russia's use of social media to influence American voters and Chinese recruiting strategies, espionage has gone fully digital.
OMB orders federal agencies to let CISA access defenses of devices, servers
It's an area of weakness that the SolarWinds hackers exploited, officials have said.
A rising tide lifts all boats in maritime cybersecurity
Congress and the White House must act now to safeguard critical chokepoints from cyber disruption, two lawmakers argue.
US to increase scrutiny on cryptocurrency, federal contractors in effort to slow hacking
DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco spelled out the plans at separate events.