White House releases maritime cybersecurity update
Ports and shipping lanes are ripe for adversaries' exploits, and the military sees potential threats to its force projection, too.
Networking giant Belden says hackers accessed data on employees, business partners
The U.S. firm issued a statement with few details.
As COVID-19 travel restrictions eased, scammers pounced
You can add travel-booking scams to the ways that cybercriminals have adapted to the pandemic-era economy.
Elon Musk confirms that attempted Russian ransomware attack was aimed at Tesla
Multiple automotive-focused blogs suggested the Sparks-based Tesla was a target.
3 strategies for addressing sensitive legal cybersecurity issues
In this op-ed, two expert attorneys gives some advice on how to keep cyber risks from turning into legal risks.
European police bust Polish gang suspected of hacking and stealing cars
It's the latest evidence of how digitally connected cars open up new pathways for theft.
Fixing supply chain vulnerabilities should be a team effort
Over time, the hope is that we can start building connected devices with a security-first approach.
How spies used LinkedIn to hack European defense companies
It's a cautionary tale in the use of social engineering for espionage.
Computer network ‘disruption’ forces Honda to cancel some production
Honda IT personnel are still working the incident. Outside analysts suspect ransomware.
Trust us, information sharing can work. Here’s how we’re doing it.
Opinion: Why is information sharing so hard and why are we still working on it? The Cyber Threat Alliance has some ideas.