Pentagon office left military designs for body armor, vehicle gear open to hackers, watchdog finds
The vulnerabilities could have allowed adversaries to understand technology produced for the battlefield.
USB-based malware is a growing concern for industrial firms, new Honeywell findings show
The hacking tools could be bad news for industrial systems.
Energy Department watchdog finds research labs fail to secure 'peripheral' devices like USBs
Beware of USBs, the inspector general says.
A 35,000-device botnet in Peru is wounded, but still mining cryptocurrency
It’s an example of how the fight against a cybercriminal threat is often long and methodical — and heavily aided by the private sector.
Kaspersky: Physical devices used to steal 'tens of millions' from Eastern Europe banks
Researchers dubbed the scheme "DarkVishnya" and said attackers intruded in-person to plant malicious devices on banks' networks to steal money.
Symantec markets USB security to industrial facilities amid shift to enterprise sales
In an era when many workers admit they wouldn't hesitate to stick a stray USB stick into their work computer, the Industrial Control System Protection Neural, is meant to help energy, oil, gas and manufacturing organizations check for malicious software.