Facebook says it will step up efforts to stop coordinated campaigns that cause harm
The new policies directly build on Facebook's security work cracking down on inauthentic coordinated behavior.
Bitdefender releases REvil decryptor as ransomware gang shows signs of return
Bitdefender and other cyber firms are seeing signs of a REvil rebirth.
Groove ransomware gang is a motley crew of disgruntled hackers, researchers say
The group emerges as cracks form in the ransomware-as-a-service model.
National cyber director declares 'too soon to say we're out of the woods,' as US enjoys dip in ransomware
The U.S. still isn't well-equipped to answer the challenge ransomware poses, Chris Inglis said.
Russian cybercrime continues as government-backed attacks on companies dwindle, CrowdStrike says
Russian government-backed groups have turned their attention elsewhere, while the local ransomware scene thrives.
A spyware app designed to monitor Kurdish targets attracted more than 1,400 downloads
The identity of the spies remains unclear, though the hacking tool is capable of collecting vast amounts of data.
Cyber Command alerts US firms of 'ongoing' hacks targeting Atlassian enterprise software
The warning comes after a similar advisory from the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
SolarWinds hackers targeted Autodesk in latest confirmed fallout from cyber-espionage campaign
The company detected a compromised server that was quickly taken offline, it told the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Breach notification window, accountability are focus of coming fight on cyber legislation in Congress
Industry groups favor a House bill over a stricter Senate proposal.
FTC proposes first stalkerware ban, promises to toughen stance on abusive apps
It's the agency's biggest crackdown to date.