Indictments reveal how Russia's 2016 election information warfare worked
Russian operatives were able to obfuscate their activities by stealing the identities of U.S. citizens, renting servers based in the U.S. and using a VPN all while posting targeted propaganda on social media, according to Robert Mueller's lengthy indictment.
DNC hires first ever CSO ahead of 2018 midterms
The Democratic National Committee has hired former Yahoo CISO Bob Lord to lead the committee's cybersecurity operations.
Facebook hires first ever head of cybersecurity policy
The social media titan hired Nathaniel Gleicher, a former cybersecurity director in the White House during the Obama administration, to the position last month.
Facebook calls for cybersecurity research proposals as part of new grant program
The social media giant is looking for improvements that focus on abuse detection, anti-phishing, password authentication and user safety.
New hacking campaign targets North Korean defectors in South Korea
"The actors are familiar with South Korea and appear to want to spy on North Korean defectors, and on groups and individuals who help defectors," according to a researcher.
Twitter upgrades two-factor authentication options by allowing third party apps
Twitter users can upgrade in the settings and privacy section of their profiles.