The cybersecurity and privacy communities have an abundance of advice for Donald Trump as he plots his cyber strategy.
The mobile forensics company Cellebrite is slowly catching up with its abilities to exfiltrate data from mainstream mobile phones, and has come under criticism for selling its technology to autocratic regimes.
The administration has hinted at cybersecurity policy, but no definitive strategy has emerged.
A recent study found that tax payers may not be as concerned as they should be about tax fraud.
A trio of high-level Congressional staffers gathered at the 2017 RSA Conference this week in a joint session that sought to explore possible responses to Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, as well as future deterrents that might prevent future foreign cyberattacks.
"Cybersecurity is a service and the service is enterprise is risk management," City of San Diego Chief Information Security Officer, Deputy Director Gary Hayslip
Congressman Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) has asked the House Oversight Committee to investigate whether or not President Trump is jeopardizing national security by using an unsecured Android mobile device.
After reports emerged of Trump and Japan's Shinzo Abe discussing North Korea's missile test in a Mar-a-Lago dining room, House Oversight Chair Jason Chaffetz wants answers about security.
Russian officials continue to deny reports that hacker group Shaltay Boltay operated with the blessing of the security service FSB.
Governments should create a "Digital Geneva Convention" that lays out ground rules for defending civilians from cyberattacks, declared Brad Smith, president of Microsoft Corporation, today at the RSA Conference.
Speculation had long swirled that Flynn discussed sanctions leveled against Russia by former President Barack Obama for its alleged interference in the U.S. presidential election, but Flynn denied wrongdoing.
In a recent interview the director of the new National Cyber Security Centre, Ciaran Martin gave the Sunday Times a glimpse of defending the UK government from cyber-attack.
The White House has reportedly fired its chief information security officer Cory Louie, leaving another key internal cybersecurity position less than a month after former Federal CISO Gregory Touhill resigned from his post.
A Pittsburgh child admitted to launching cyberattacks on the Brussels airport just hours after last year's ISIS attacks.
DHS's Gen. John Kelly told Congress his department was considering requesting social media passwords from those entering the U.S. from seven countries named in the Trump administration's ban list.
A recent study found 63 percent of respondents rated their knowledge of "the cyber" security as being higher or equal to the likes of President Donald Trump.
An unknown actor whose targets and tactics resemble those of a Russian advanced persistent threat group has been compromising the websites of foreign embassies, ministries and organizations, in an attempt to infect certain site visitors with malware.
In a voice vote, the House approved the Email Privacy Act, sending it on to the Senate for a look-see.
A U.S. citizen is suing the Ethiopian government for planting spyware on his personal computer and for illegal wiretapping.
Anti-Trump protestors have brought their fight to the airwaves by exploiting a known vulnerability in low-power FM radio transmitters.
A suspected arsonist is behind bars after police used data gleaned from the man's pacemaker with a warrant to charge him with felony arson and insurance fraud, a trend that worries privacy groups.
Submissions are now being accepted for the second annual Defence Innovation Challenge by the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency.
Following the arrests of four cyber experts in Russia on treason charges, conflicting theories have emerged, as observers speculate if the case is connected to the hacking of U.S. political institutions in the run-up to the 2016 election.
A recent spate of attempted malware attacks intended to infect government entities in the Middle East with a customized version of the Quasar remote access trojan appears to be linked to the Hamas-linked Gaza Cybergang.
The report found at least 25 different offices used by the agencies including FBI, Department of Justice, State Department, and others.
Despite their distrust in companies to properly secure personal data, Americans frequently neglect to properly secure their own data.
Efforts made by former CIA Director John Brennan to modernize the CIA have paid off and will carry on under the new administration.
Ethically questionable for-profit breach notification site LeakedSource has apparently vanished after beign raided by law enforcement.
It is not yet clear if or how Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer and others are using the email system.
Three quarters of organisations plan to expand their data protection capabilities with encryption as GDPR deadline looms.