Wyden: Tech company has told multiple senators of foreign hacking attempts
A major tech company has informed “a number of senators and Senate staff members” that hackers have targeted their personal email accounts, according to Sen. Ron Wyden.
Symantec offers political campaigns service to guard against website spoofing
That threat is a prime concern given the numerous political candidates that are running websites with limited budgets.
State cybersecurity authorities issue warning over Hurricane Florence scams
As Hurricane Florence rips through the East Coast, scammers and hackers will very likely look to exploit the storm for financial gain.
Fourth man receives prison sentence in 'Celebgate' photo leak
Given the high profile of the victims and the rapid spread of the nude photos, the incident quickly turned into a significant scandal.
Securiosity: Phalse Alarm
Phishing is the hot topic this week, even though the biggest story was one where phishing didn’t even occur.
DNC says phishing incident was a false alarm
The Democratic National Party now says a phishing campaign against its voter database revealed Wednesday was in fact an unauthorized test by a third party and not the work of a malicious attacker.