The DHS and FBI say North Korean-backed attackers are using a powerful new piece of malware known as Hoplight to infiltrate target machines.
There are many ways to share threat indicators and vulnerability details, but no good way to share concerns about untrustworthy suppliers and vendors in the supply chain. That needs to change.
The WhatsApp lawsuit against NSO Group may be a turning point in the way technology companies deal with surveillance vendors.
The Russian attack group known as fancy Bear has been targeting anti-doping and sports organizations in advance of the 2020 Summer Olympics.
The City of Johannesburg was hit with a ransomware attack that has compromised many of its municipal services.
In the rush to fix newer vulnerabilities, the older ones are left unaddressed. The resulting security debt increases the organization's risk of a breach, Veracode warned.
A new version of the Gustuff Android banking trojan has emerged, this time with new communications capabilities and more credential-theft features.
Researchers have linked the Magecart group known for its supply-chain attacks to Cabanak, an advanced threat group.
The FTC action against a developer of "stalking" apps emphasized that installing an app that hid its presence on the device and didn't notify the user what it was doing was against the law.
In Firefox 70, Mozilla has added the ability to block trackers from Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, as well as other new privacy enhancements.
Microsoft's Secured-core PC initiative is a partnership with OEM partners (including HP and Dell), silicon vendors (such as Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm) to provide deeply integrated hardware, firmware and software that can withstand firmware-based attacks.
Investigations by the NSA and Uk's NCSC found that the Russian Turla attack group was using compromised C2 infrastructure and tools belonging to an Iranian APT group in several operations.
James Plouffe, a former technical adviser for Mr. Robot, joins Dennis Fisher to talk about the show's cultural legacy.
Flashpoint analysts look at Dark Web marketplaces and see that prices have not changed all that much in two years.
Sen. Ron Wyden has introduced a new privacy measure that would allow the FTC to assess huge fines for corporations that misuse consumer data--and mean jail time for executives who lie about their companies' policies.