Klobuchar to voting vendors: Don’t turn your back on good hackers when setting up a CVD program
A Democratic presidential candidate and one of the most outspoken voices in the Senate on election security has chimed in on a voting vendor RFI.
APT33 has used botnets to infect targets in the U.S. and Middle East, researchers say
The Iranian hackers also set up their own virtual private network with “exit nodes" that change frequently, according to Trend Micro.
As iOS vulnerabilities emerge, a new app promises to detect hacked iPhones
The app is available for $4.99 in the iOS store.
‘GridEx’ offers stiff security test for an industry that welcomes the challenge
An exclusive look at GridEx, the biennial grid security exercise that puts power companies to the test.
Russia's GRU propped up fake media personas, mostly failed at social media promotion after DNC hack
The effort failed to prioritize obvious strategies that would have generated higher engagement.
Facebook confirms bug that activated iOS cameras
Longstanding concerns with the way Facebook handles user data resulted in more worries this week.
Microsoft says it will apply California privacy law across the country
As privacy-protecting legislation has stalled in Congress, California is one of a handful of states that have taken action.
Canadian tech giant OpenText to acquire Carbonite to boost cloud sales
The deal comes after Carbonite acquired Webroot earlier this year.
An issue in Apple Mail means some 'encrypted' messages aren't actually protected
A fix is on the way, though exactly when remains unclear.
'Sandworm' book review: To understand cyberwar, you must understand Ukraine
The new book explains why Ukraine has been linked to almost every major cyberattack and how cyberwarfare's ultimate consquence is the danger to people's lives.