Zoom apologizes for disabling US accounts commemorating Tiananmen Square anniversary
The apology comes after an uproar from human rights activists and U.S. lawmakers for Zoom’s role in quashing dissent outside of mainland China.
Volunteer cybersecurity pros say they've stymied hacks against health care organizations
The group say it's dismantled nearly 3,000 malicious domains and identified more than a 2,000 software vulnerabilities.
Hackers seize on coronavirus fears for fodder in spearphishing, misinformation schemes
Hackers frequently take advantage of crises and current events to tailor their messages better.
World powers are pushing to build their own brand of cyber norms
Two competing groups tied to the United Nations are trying to outmaneuver each other when it comes to establishing behavior norms in cyberspace.
Twitter, Facebook scrub coordinated activity targeting Hong Kong demonstrations
Twitter also announced it would no longer accept advertising from state-controlled news media.
Extortion and alleged ISIS threats: A Saudi embassy learned the hard way about email security
Security researcher Chris Kubecka knew that it might be a tough assignment to catch an intruder on the email system at Saudi Arabia's embassy in the Netherlands. But the story only got bigger once she got to work.