Through its US-CERT division, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security yesterday issued a new analysis report on a remote access trojan called KEYMARBLE that the agency says has been attributed to Hidden Cobra, a suspected North Korean APT actor.
GroupSense researchers investigating an email address affiliated with Russia's Internet Research Agency for evidence of a botnet meant to exert influence on public opinions.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai admitted in a statement on Monday that his agency never actually suffered a DDoS attack when its Electronic Comment Filing System went down on May 7-8, 2017, while citizens were attempting to submit opinions about the proposed repeal of net neutrality rules.
Vice President Mike Pence Tuesday told the audience of a Manhattan cybersecurity conference that a malware attack forced a Kansas County to shut down its election systems.
Worst of both words: 'Gorgon' hackers practice both general cybercrime and targeted government attacks
A hacking group apparently based in Pakistan has been straddling the fence between cybercriminal activity and nation-state espionage, leveraging the same malicious infrastructure to both launch email spam campaigns and target government agencies in U.S., UK, Russia and Spain.
A spearphishing campaign targeted more than 400 industrial companies by sending highly personalized emails disguised as procurement and accounting documents.
The Alaskan borough of Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) and City of Valdez were respectively hit with ransomware attacks which knocked both networks offline.
When a local resident filed an Open Records Act request after noticing surveillance cameras had been installed in a public park without prior notice, the police department denied his request.
Researchers dubbed the custom PowerShell based payload, RogueRobin, and said it's possible the group pieced together the tool using code from legitimate open source tools.
President Trump held a meeting with top advisors on Friday to discuss security for the upcoming 2018 midterm elections, but the only reported result was a statement reiterating the administration's stance that it will not tolerate outside interference.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., an incumbent facing a tight race in the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections, has affirmed that Russian hackers are attempting to interfere with her reelection campaign, following an independent forensic analysis identifying her as a target.
Cyberattacks against Finland skyrocketed in the days leading up to the July 16 Helsinki summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin -- the majority of which were attempts to brute force IoT devices.
A data breach and corresponding ransomware attack at an Alaskan medical billing company that compromised the health information of roughly 44,600 people counteed a Fairbanks-based government municipality among its victims.
Crimson Hexagon, a company that generates consumer insights from public social media posts, has been suspended from Facebook while the social media giant evaluates whether the data collection firm violated Facebook policies.
The list is also shared with credit card scammers, digital bank robbers, and several state-backed hackers including a man wanted for stealing rocket software.
U.S. Congressman John Ratcliffe, R-Tex., yesterday introduced a bill that, if passed, would officially codify the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Continuous Diagnostics Mitigation (CDM) cybersecurity program, and allow the agency to modernize it as needed.
A federal judge in San Francisco scolded an FBI agent for the improper use of a stingray as well as an improper cellphone search.
Putin did not however, indicate who may have been behind the attacks nor gave any information on the nature or possible origins of the attacks.
Ukraine is claiming to have stopped a VPNFilter attack which targeted a chlorine distillation station last week.
A Russian national and gun activist today was indicted for acting as a Russian agent to develop relationships with U.S. persons and infiltrate organizations that influence American politics to benefit the Russian Federation, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Monday in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
The government organization running Russia's national vulnerability database (NVD) has only reported 10% percent of the total bugs published by America's own NVD since 2014, omitting many critical issues while focusing heavily on flaws relevant to Russian state information systems, according to research.
The average bug bounty reward for finding critical vulnerabilities increased year-over-year by six percent from $1,923 to $2,041, according to statistics compiled from HackerOne's bug disclosure platform between May 2017 and April 2018.
A Chinese cyberespionage group is targeting Cambodian entities ahead of the country's July 2018 elections.
Israeli soldiers have recently been enticed into downloading malicious Android World Cup and dating apps that secretly allowed Hamas militants to spy on their fellow troops, according to various reports citing Israeli military intelligence
Data that National Health Service patients in the UK specifically requested be kept private was inadvertently used in a clinical audit and research project due to a nearly three-year long data processing error, a UK government official reported yesterday.
After Facebook officially changed its policies in May 2015 to restrict the information that app developers could collect on users and their friends, the social media company granted a special extension to 61 developers, allowing them to continue the practice for several additional months.