Experts show that indictments against six Russian military intelligence agents will make Russia rethink plans to disrupt the US election.
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SilentFade steals credentials and ad spend account information and sells the information to other bad actors.
A new report from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace seeks to give law and policy makers a better understanding of cloud security risks.
Organisations rushing to adopt hosted cloud infrastructure alongside on-premises systems might not fully understand or address potential security threats.
Web pioneer proposes a new cryptographic system that relies on threshold key infrastructure to improve end-to-end encryption.
US government wants to partially deny a proposed undersea cable connection between the US and Hong Kong over surveillance, data theft concerns.
Water utilities often have few cyber security resources. A failed Stuxnet-like attack on Israel's water supply shows how dangerous that could be.
Notable members of the infosec community are creating impromptu but highly popular virtual events using cheap, off-the-shelf tools.
Cyber security venture investments reached nearly $7 billion in 2019. Authentication and identity management start-ups were the top lures.
5G inherited security vulnerabilities from earlier mobile technology, but digital certificates might solve the issue of unauthenticated messages.
In-depth research on Russia's Sandworm hacking group shows broad capabilities and scope to disrupt anything in any part of the world.
Politicising cyber security only serves to undermine trust in its practices and objectivity, experts fear.
Nation-state players in Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Russia are getting new objectives and changing strategies, say experts.
Equifax has been fined over US$1 billion for its 2017 breach and is expected to spend over $2 billion in mandated and voluntary security improvements.