A China-aligned espionage group is targeting global telecoms, sweeping up call data dating back years
The nature of the data targeted "aligns with information likely to be of significant interest to signals intelligence operations."
Multiple ransomware gangs pounce on 'PrintNightmare' vulnerability
For the second time in a week, security researchers have warned that extortionists exploited the critical flaw.
Cyber job listings excluded Colorado workers after salary transparency law went into effect
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment confirmed that it had received dozens of complaints about companies violating the law.
Authentication is changing the way organizations do business
James Yaeger, VP of Public Sector at Crowdstrike, explains the urgency of ths issue.
CNA shares details about ransomware attack, recovery effort
CNA said it had restored email function and implemented new security measures.
Ransomware hackers turn to virtual machine software to boost extortion schemes
Two Eastern European criminal groups began targeting hypervisors in 2020, according to CrowdStrike.