Kaspersky Lab files another lawsuit in wake of NDAA ban
One of the largest ant-virus makers in the world has expanded its legal battle with the U.S. government.
Schneider Electric: Trisis leveraged zero-day flaw, used a RAT
Schneider Electric had remained largely silent about an August incident where Trisis shut down operations at a Saudi energy plant.
Feds charge 'Fruitfly' creator with hacking thousands of computers
An Ohio man faces a 16-count indictment for allegedly creating a piece of malware that spied on victims in order to commit a litany of crimes.
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.
Hackers could hijack internet-connected speakers to remotely play whatever they want
For now, it's just Rick Rolls. Yet the hack could be used for far more sinister purposes.
White House blames North Korea for WannaCry ransomware outbreak
The Trump administration officially blamed North Korea Monday night for launching the global ransomware attack in May known as "WannaCry."