Google to make multi-factor authentication its default mode
"If they succeed this will probably be one of the most important cybersecurity improvements this decade," one security researcher said.
Russian agent accused of interfering in US elections is back meddling online, Facebook says
Andriy Derkach is tied to a new influence campaign.
DOD expands vulnerability disclosure program, giving hackers more approved targets
The expansion comes as the DOD eyes broader changes for its Vulnerability Disclosure Program.
UN cybercrime proposal could help autocrats stifle free speech, rights group says
Many cybercrime laws aren't really about cybercrime.
CISA used new subpoena power to contact US companies vulnerable to hacking
It’s an authority the agency has long sought as CISA officials struggled to communicate with some vendors .
Florida homecoming queen faces up to 16 years after alleged scheme to hack high school contest
She and her mother could spend a maximum of 16 years in prison each.
Twitter restricts account of Intrusion Truth, which doxxes suspected Chinese hackers
Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Qualys researchers uncover 21 bugs in Exim mail servers
It's the kind of access the NSA has described as a "dream" for Russian hackers.
After more than a decade, SentinelOne researchers weed out Dell vulnerabilities
Dell issued fixes for the issues in question.
Apple issues security update for WebKit flaws
There are reports hackers have been exploiting the bugs.