Securiosity: You can't pentest an election
ES&S wants to pen test its way to better security. But that may not be the best way to go about it. Greg and Jen discuss.
Dark web intelligence competition escalates as Terbium raises $2 million from Omidyar Network
The investment comes as competition among dark web vendors has intensified, with competitors like Recorded Future, Digital Shadows and Flashpoint also scouring hidden sections of the internet for client information.
New FIN7 hacking tools uncovered months after three suspects were arrested
Researchers say they have new evidence the billion-dollar crime ring is still active.
Hide it well or market it well: Two reports show how point-of-sale malware has users in mind
A generation of cybercriminals have relied on point-of-sale (PoS) malware to access customer credit information from victims including e-commerce sites, and at credit terminals and gas pumps at brick-and-mortar locations.
Justice Department hopes to disrupt 'dumbest tradition ever' with latest DDoS seizure
Your Christmas morning Fortnite binge is safe from network DDoS attacks.
As cryptocurrencies grow, so does the demand to track their users
The business of bitcoin surveillance is booming.