Kaspersky Lab files for injunction in U.S. court, seeking to counter Trump administration ban
The Moscow-based company has filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in U.S. federal court in hopes of halting the ongoing efforts to completely remove Kaspersky Lab software from use in federal agencies.
DHS confirms data breach affecting more than 240,000 current and former employees
The breach was uncovered during criminal investigation into the actions of a former Office of Inspector General staff member.
Kaspersky Lab takes U.S. government to court over federal software ban
In a letter posted on the company's website, CEO Eugene Kaspersky claims DHS did not give his company due process.
Roy Moore scandal used for phishing schemes aimed at U.S. law firms
A group loosely connected to China is trying to capitalize on the scandal surrounding the special election in Alabama.
National data breach notification law proposed by Senate Commerce Committee members
The new bill, called the Data Security and Breach Notification Act, comes in the wake of reports that Uber paid $100,000 to cover up a 2016 data breach that affected 57 million users.
How DJI fumbled its bug bounty program and created a PR nightmare
Popular drone maker DJI has bungled its bug bounty program — and a very public spat could have repercussions for the growing freelance industry.