Lawmakers say Colonial Pipeline's refusal to discuss ransom undermines US efforts
The shutdown of Colonial Pipeline has renewed a debate over whether organizations held hostage by hackers should pay them off.
New York man nabbed for carrying computers with stolen credit card details through JFK, feds say
The same man previously was arrested for drug possession and domestic violence, according to a complaint.
Preaching blockchain in North Korea gets an American in trouble at home
Not all speaking invitations are worth accepting.
VMware CEO: The security industry has 'failed its customers'
Pat Gelsinger told a crowd in Washington, D.C., what needs to change if companies are going to truly protect their customers.
Chinese researchers warn blockchain company EOS about 'epic' vulnerability in soon-to-launch platform
The vulnerability reportedly could have compromised the whole EOS blockchain framework.
United Nations backs blockchain-powered permanent identity tool for refugees
The United Nation's ID2020 project involves an expanding public-private partnership.