Lame-duck versions of TikTok and WeChat are definitely a problem, security experts say
The Trump administration's restrictions on Americans' abilities to update Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat could degrade user security further, experts say.
Alleged Iranian hackers balanced espionage with personal cybercrime, US indictment says
It's only the latest indictment alleging that cybercriminals sometimes dip into foreign espionage efforts.
Malicious Autodesk plugin at root of cyber-espionage campaign
Hackers-for-hire appear to be making a buck in real estate sector cyber-espionage via Autodesk.
Taiwan accuses Chinese hackers of aggressive attacks on government agencies
It's only the latest in a wave of suspected Chinese hacking campaigns to hit Taiwan.
TikTok users 'voluntarily' giving their data to China, Justice official says
John Demers framed the alleged TikTok threat as part of a broader “Chinese [government] appetite for large volumes of sensitive personal data.”
For North Korea, phishing with fake job-recruitment emails never gets old
This time, the spies were trying to get access to European defense firms, McAfee says.