Tech giants reveal new variant of Meltdown and Spectre vulns
Google and Microsoft ask Georgia governor to veto 'hack back' bill
The legislation would criminalize "unauthorized computer access" and potentially allow companies to conduct offensive hacking operations.
Microsoft-led industry group pledges to not assist government cyberattacks
The participant companies' principles include not helping any government mount a cyberattack against "innocent civilians and enterprises."
The bug bounty market has some flaws of its own
Inflated bounties might be creating perverse incentives for young cybersecurity researchers and distorting the market for white-hat bug hunters.
The U.S. Air Force is outsourcing all traditional IT in order to build cybersecurity mission teams
"We want our airmen transitioning from running email and boxes to focusing on cyber defense," one official said.
Report: Criminals loved to target PowerPoint in 2017
Recorded Future found that cybercriminals exploited PowerPoint the most in 2017 to steal money and information.