Top Secret documents show Cyber Command's growing pains in its mission against ISIS
Newly released documents show U.S. Cyber Command had its struggles in taking down ISIS infrastructure in 2016.
Sen. Menendez questions Twitter about former employees spying for Saudi Arabia
The Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee wants to hold Twitter and the Trump Administration to account.
A GDPR ripple effect will help bring internet privacy back from the dead, Jon Callas predicts
Jon Callas, a computer security expert who left Apple for the ACLU last year, said Monday it’s become too easy to become nihilistic about personal privacy because of the last decade of negative headlines about corporate data collection.
Dell reveals ‘unauthorized' attempt to extract customer passwords
“Though it is possible some of this information was removed from Dell’s network, our investigations found no conclusive evidence that any was extracted,” Dell said.
Data about 57 million people exposed by Elasticsearch servers
Cybersecurity organization Hacken said it found the misconfigured servers as part of a regular security audit. The data appears to come from millions of U.S. residents.
China's new law calls on private industry to hand over valuable cyberthreat data
The new year marked the beginning of yet another Chinese cybersecurity regulation that may affect U.S. technology companies operating overseas.