Why robotexts are scammers' favorite new tool
Technology meant to limit robocalls has pushed scammers toward SMS-based attacks, which experts say can be even more dangerous.
What to watch for as 'Hacker Summer Camp' gets underway in Las Vegas
Black Hat, DEF CON and BSidesLV take place this year amid a backdrop of COVID, cyberwarfare in Ukraine and digital attacks on Taiwan.
Collective of anti-disinformation 'Elves' offer a bulwark against Russian propaganda
A group known as the Elves formed after three Lithuanian friends decided to work together to take on Russian trolls.
Treasury Department sanctions cryptocurrency 'mixer' Tornado Cash
Treasury accused the mixer of failing to stop laundering from malicious cyber actors including North Korea's Lazarus Group.
Twilio, a texting platform popular with political campaigns, reports breach
The company says it became aware of the hack on Aug. 4 but it declined to say how many customers were affected by the incident.
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The growth in targeted, sophisticated cyberattacks troubles top FBI cyber official
Assistant Director for Cyber Bryan Vorndran worries about future threats posed by deep fakes and artificial intelligence.
Attackers can surveil, disrupt vehicles outfitted with popular GPS tracker, CISA warns
Experts say the vulnerabilities found in the MiCODUS GPS tracker reflect a larger security problem in the Internet of Things ecosystem.
Biden's cyber strategy expected to boost federal role in protecting critical systems from hackers
The national cyber director's office is leading the drafting of the document.
Sen. Warner maneuvers to secure intelligence community backing of tech antitrust bill, sources say
Sen. Mark Warner is leading a series of conversations with the nation's spymaster to allay concerns about cybersecurity elements of pending tech antitrust legislation, sources told CyberScoop.