Portuguese media empire struck in the latest cyberattack on news outlets
The Impresa Group joins the Jerusalem Post and the largest news organization in Norway among the recent victims.
Australia investigates reported hacks aimed at parliament, media
Australian cyber authorities are investigating.
Facebook, Twitter act on Trump's false messaging after violence at Capitol
Trump's activity was the extension of a long and ultimately dangerous line of public comments.
Al Jazeera journalist files lawsuit accusing Saudi, UAE crown princes of hack-and-leak
The lawsuit, filed by journalist Ghada Oueiss in a Florida federal court, claims 19 defendants total were involved in a breach of her iPhone.
Why social media disinformation represents such a security threat
Media literacy could be the key to fending off the next generation of information operations.
Takedown of 92 Iran-owned domains includes 4 used for disinformation in US, feds say
The Department of Justice said the four domains targeted at U.S. audiences — newsstand7.com, usjournal.net, usjournal.us and twtoday.net — were seized specifically under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).