The federal government must address national security concerns in antitrust reforms
The antitrust bills being considered in both the House and Senate include provisions that would have unintended cybersecurity consequences.
Clearview AI agrees to not sell its facial recognition database to private companies
The landmark ruling also stops free trials to police without approval.
State Department announces $10M bounty for Russian intelligence hackers behind NotPetya
The State Department is offering $10 million for the location of six Russian intelligence officers in the Sandworm unit.
Musk's plans to make Twitter's algorithms public raises disinformation conundrum
Opening up the algorithms might not lead to hacks, but cyber mischief could still follow.
Hackers find 122 vulnerabilities — 27 deemed critical — during first round of DHS bug bounty program
The findings, first reported by CyberScoop, come in the first of three phases for the DHS bug bounty program.
Zero-day attacks surged in 2021, Mandiant says
2021 accounted for more than 40% of the zero-day exploits undertaken in the last decade, according to the company.
Achieving web application security￼
By adopting modern application security tools, organizations can reevaluate teams, structures and processes to address current development needs better — and evolving missions.
A practical reason why crypto might not work for large-scale sanctions evasion
According to crypto-tracking company Chainalysis, the markets probably couldn't handle it without prices tanking.
Hospital hallway robots get patches for potentially serious bugs
Five zero-days found in Aethon TUG robots included one that could allow an attacker to control the machines, Cynerio said.
DOJ's Sandworm operation raises questions about how far feds can go to disarm botnets
The Department of Justice and FBI announced they used remote access technology to shut down a Sandworm botnet.