Facebook intends to implement end-to-end encryption despite DOJ pressure
Two of the company's executives have written to the Department of Justice as Congress prepares to look closely at the issue.
Justice Department faces different threat profile because of its investigative work, CISO says
The Justice Department faces a different combination of hacking threats from criminals and foreign governments than other federal organizations, Nickolous Ward said.
Australian and European police shut down access to popular criminal hacking tool
The demise of the Imminent Monitor Remote Access Trojan is a major victory for law enforcement officials.
For criminal hackers, Brazilian hotel networks appear to be easy targets
The findings underscore Brazil’s longstanding struggles with cybercrime.
NeverQuest banking malware administrator sentenced to 4 years
That's one year less than prosecutors had hoped.
The U.N. passed a resolution that gives Russia greater influence over internet norms
It's worded in a seemingly harmless manner — but it's actually a thinly veiled Kremlin effort to export its model of internet control, rights groups warn.