Canadian NetWalker ransomware defendant agrees to plead guilty in US court
Already sentenced to seven years in Canada, the defendant faces a maximum of 40 years in U.S. prison, according to a filing.
U.S., allies warn of rising recent and future attacks on managed service providers
The internationally coordinated notice offers specific best practices for MSPs and customers amid warnings of increasing threats.
UK, EU, US formally blame Russia for Viasat satellite hack before Ukraine invasion
The British statement cites joint U.K./U.S. intelligence, representing the most formal U.S. attribution to date.
FBI arrests 65 in BEC scams that took $51M from US businesses
"Operation Eagle Sweep" is the latest crackdown on business email compromise (BEC) scams by international law enforcement.
NATO, G-7 leaders promise bulwark against retaliatory Russian cyberattacks
The pledges follow the Biden administration saying that Russia's calculus on digital assaults had changed.
CISA warns 'most serious' Log4j vulnerability likely to affect hundreds of millions of devices
CISA's director said that the vulnerability "is one of the most serious I've seen in my entire career, if not the most serious."