After Gaza ceasefire, MoleRATs hacking group continues to target Middle Eastern governments
It’s an example of how, alongside the violence that has long marked the Israel-Palestine conflict, there are often much subtler efforts by digital spies to access networks.
Veteran Justice official who oversaw cybercrime cases to step down
Demers' position is one of the most powerful cyber-related perches in the U.S. government.
Biden revokes TikTok ban, issues new guidance for evaluating foreign apps
The order is a reprieve for TikTok, which had challenged a Trump-era directive in the courts.
Ex-US ambassador, anti-corruption activists in Ukraine were targets of suspected Russian phishing
“We are pretty aware of such kinds of threats, and we have training all the time and the protocols to deal with them,” said Ukrainian anti-corruption activist Vitaliy Shabunin.
SolarWinds hackers are behind a widespread phishing campaign impersonating USAID, Microsoft says
It's a sign that the hackers are experimenting with new tactics.
Pulse Secure VPN hacking also hit transportation, telecom firms, FireEye says
The U.S. government has also been affected.