Network of hyperlocal Russian Telegram channels spew disinformation in occupied Ukraine
Research published by a Ukrainian think tank shows a network of at least 88 local Telegram channels.
FTC warns it will go after ed tech companies misusing children's data
The crackdown comes as lawmakers look to update children's privacy protections.
DOJ revises computer fraud prosecution standards to ease off 'good-faith' research
The policy revision instructs prosecutors not to target good-faith security research under the historically fraught law.
DHS halts Disinformation Governance Board amid strong backlash
Former government officials will lead a review of DHS's disinformation work and help Secretary Mayorkas determine how to continue.
Water companies are increasingly uninsurable due to ransomware, industry execs say
The scope of what insurers are covering is also narrowing as costs go up, said an association representative.
New research identifies poor IAM policies as the greatest cloud vulnerability￼
Palo Alto Networks threat intelligence unit finds identity and access management policy flaws remain a principal cause of cloud security vulnerabilities.
Senators ask FTC to investigate ID.me for deceptive business practices
They're urging the agency to investigate the company's statements on its facial recognition technology.
White House cyber official: U.S. beating China in race to quantum supremacy
A White House official overseeing cyber said Monday that the U.S. is beating China in a race for quantum supremacy but at least one expert called that premise debatable.
Legislator slams Biden administration for dialing back DOD cyber operation authorities
Cyberspace Solarium Commission Co-Chair Rep. Mike Gallagher asserts that the Biden administration's decision poses a national security threat.
State to gain more ability to monitor DOD cyber ops under White House agreement
The White House has reached consensus between State and Defense on how to pare back NSPM-13's precedent-setting delegation of authority to the DOD.