As the federal government contemplates how it approaches operational technology security measures, a "big opportunity" exists as infrastructure is upgraded or replaced.
A critical vulnerability in the Honeywell SoftMaster PLC controller software can allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable machines.
The U.S. government indictments, sanctions and detailing of TTPs were part of a wave of actions against Iran-linked threat actors that allegedly targeted critical infrastructure organizations since 2020.
The Biden administration issued new guidance on software supply chain security for federal agencies, which includes requirements for self-attestations and SBOMs.
The vulnerability in the Windows Common Log File system could allow an authenticated attacker to execute code with elevated privileges.
Whistleblower disclosures by former Twitter security executive Peiter Zatko have spurred Congress to consider new regulations of platform providers and social media companies.
Iranian threat actor TA453 has been sending spear-phishing emails that impersonate real individuals from Western foreign policy research institutions.
Apple has patched zero days in the kernel of macOS Monterey and Big Sur and also fixed 11 vulnerabilities with the release of iOS 16.
While awareness about election security has increased since 2016, threat actors launching espionage and disinformation campaigns are also leveling up, warn security experts.
Dennis Fisher, Zoe Lindsey, Pete Baker, and Casey Ellis convene to honor the 30th anniversary of the release of Sneakers, the greatest hacker movie ever made, and discuss its legacy, popularity in the hacker community, and why it still holds up today.
The Iranian state-backed actors who attacked the Albanian government targeted an old SharePOint vulnerability for initial access.
Chainalysis said it worked with law enforcement to recover $30 million in stolen funds from the March Axie Infinity currency heist.
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The North Korean state-sponsored group has been targeting VMware Horizon servers vulnerable to Log4j in order to infect energy firms with malware.
The White House and the Albanian government blamed Iranian government-supported actors for a July attack on Albania infrastructure, and said futrher action would be forthcoming.