State Department cyber strategy emphasizes proactively hunting for threats
The State Department Bureau of Intelligence and Research released a cybersecurity strategy to create a more proactive culture when it comes to finding and fixing vulnerabilities.
Tech companies are selling domains suggesting illegal sales of guns, malware
COVID-19-related domains remain a concern.
DOJ, international law enforcement disrupt massive RSOCKS botnet
The search warrant targeted a Florida hosting company alleged to have facilitated the botnet activity.
Mixed results for Russia's aggressive Ukraine information war, experts say
Russia want to control the internet in occupied Ukraine to feed the population disinformation — and to prevent Ukrainians from sharing video of Russian troops with Ukrainian soldiers, one expert said.
String of attacks on French telecom infrastructure preceded April attack on fiber optic cables
American telecommunications infrastructure is vulnerable to attack and government is not doing enough to protect it, a top expert said.
How CISA's list of 'must-patch' vulnerabilities has expanded both in size, and who's using it
While CISA says the catalog is catching on, some think it needs improvement.
Multifactor authentication could be long haul for some federal agencies, CISA official says
Eric Goldstein said agencies are focusing hard on adopting MFA, but some are dealing with older IT.
CISA issues vulnerability advisory for select Dominion voting equipment, urges updates
The company insists its equipment is safe, and nobody has proof of the vulnerabilities having been used, CISA says.
Evil Corp affiliates are using off-the-shelf ransomware to evade sanctions
Researchers found a number of similarities between Evil Corp and a new group of attackers.
Chinese state media propaganda found in 88% of Google, Bing news searches
Brookings researchers conducted their study over 120 days.