Political parties are still struggling with cybersecurity basics
With international elections approaching, researchers assessed parties' digital readiness.
International police dismantle crime ring that allegedly used GozNym malware to try to steal $100 million
The crackdown included an indictment of 10 alleged members of the crime ring, and prosecution of defendants in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
Dutch intelligence warns of escalating Russian, Chinese cyberattacks in the Netherlands
Efforts aimed at the Dutch sound a lot like the ones targeting the U.S.
Russian charged with stealing $1.5 million in hacks on U.S. tax preparers
The man behind the handle "Kusok" and others allegedly exploited a vulnerability in a remote access program to steal personal information and use it to file for bogus tax refunds.
FBI director: Protecting 2018 election was a 'dress rehearsal' for 2020
The 2018 vote passed without incident. The "big show" is the 2020 contest, Christopher Wray says.
DNS hacks are attacks on critical infrastructure, senior U.S. diplomat says
Amb. Robert Strayer said if the recent spate of DNS hijackings are nation-state-baseds, they are no different than any other attacks on critical infrastructure.