Costa Rican president begins tenure with ransomware national emergency declaration

A Conti affiliate claimed responsibility and has posted more than 672 GB of data so far.

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Automotive parts maker Denso confirms cyberattack

by Suzanne Smalley • 2 months ago

Denso said there was a breach related to its German operations.

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission pushed some major policies into law. So what now?

by Tim Starks • 2 months ago

It's going to track how its recommendations are implemented, and study some issues where it only scratched the surface.

Suspected cyberattack on parts supplier forces Toyota to shut down Japan plants

by Joe Warminsky • 3 months ago

Reports said the supplier, Kojima Industries Corp., was working to address an incident that blocked its network from communicating with Toyota's.

Years of hacks against aviation, transportation industries tied to one group, researchers say

by AJ Vicens • 3 months ago

Cybercrime seems to be the main goal of a group Proofpoint is calling "TA2541."

Ransomware spree hitting European oil, transport companies

by Tim Starks • 3 months ago

European officials do not currently believe that some of the attacks are linked.

Rail industry gets new cyber directives from TSA

by Tonya Riley • 6 months ago

Companies will have to designate cybersecurity coordinators and follow clear rules for incident response.

Biden signs infrastructure bill that provides nearly $2 billion for cybersecurity

by Tim Starks • 6 months ago

The big-ticket cyber item in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is $1 billion in state and local grants.

Iran-linked hackers targeted maritime and defense contractors, compromised Office 365 accounts

by Tonya Riley • 7 months ago

Less than 20 victims were successfully compromised.

A rising tide lifts all boats in maritime cybersecurity

by Sen. Angus King, Rep. Michael Gallagher • 7 months ago

Congress and the White House must act now to safeguard critical chokepoints from cyber disruption, two lawmakers argue.

US to increase scrutiny on cryptocurrency, federal contractors in effort to slow hacking

by Tim Starks • 8 months ago

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco spelled out the plans at separate events.

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