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After being hit by a ransomware attack, the second Florida city this month has opted to pay hackers their requested ransom.
The Department of Homeland Security is warning that U.S. agencies are being targeted by Iranian-backed cyberattacks with destructive wiper malware.
Rampant security-operations bungling allowed cyberattackers to infiltrate JPL's network, which carries human mission data.
The social platform has suspended six sets of accounts across four jurisdictions for running alleged influence campaigns, including Iran.
XENOTIME, a destructive APT linked to Russia, has broadened its target set beyond Middle East oil and gas.
Durov took to Twitter to hint that Beijing tried to take Telegram offline to disrupt the Hong Kong protests.
Large-scale existential threats exist everywhere and can annihilate us with only trivial effort. Should we all throw everything we can at them?
Ken Munro of Pen Test Partners hopes to see regulation for connected-device security in 2020.
The Russian-speaking APT acts as a support group for high-profile APTs like Sofacy and BlackEnergy.
During Infosecurity Europe in London this week, cybersecurity experts sounded off on worries about artificial intelligence being used for nation state cyber weapons.
New campaigns also show modified versions of known payloads.
As passwords are increasingly viewed as security liabilities, Identity Management solutions are picking up the slack.
Coming to America: The Shade ransomware, which has historically targeted Russian victims, was recently spotted expanding its sights.
Europol said it has dismantled the cybercrime network behind the GozNym malware, which siphoned more than $100 million from businesses.
WhatsApp has patched a vulnerability that allowed attackers to install spyware on victims' phones.
Two have been indicted in the 2015 massive data breach of health insurer Anthem, which compromised the data of at least 78 million customers.
LightNeuron is the first to target Microsoft Exchange transport agents -- and is used as a hub for major Turla APT espionage efforts.
Cloud misconfigurations, business email compromise (BEC) and intellectual property theft are all up in the Verizon DBIR 2019 from last year.
Forensic analysis shows a Chinese APT using Equation Group hacking tools at least a year before Shadow Brokers dumped its cache in April 2017.
Amidst the PR glitz and popularity of bug bounty programs, experts worry that actual smart security strategy is being left behind.