Image: Maksym Yemelyanov/Adobe Stock U.S. President Biden’s administration this week released the first iteration of the National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan, which was announced in March 2023. The plan aims to boost public and private cybersecurity resilience, take the fight to threat actors, beef up the defense of infrastructure and . . . Read more
Twitter is blasted for security and privacy lapses by the company’s former head of security who alleges the social media giant’s actions amount to a national security risk.
The North Korean APT is using a fake job posting for Coinbase in a cyberespionage campaign targeting users of both Apple and Intel-based systems.
‘Summer Camp’ for hackers features a compromised satellite, a homecoming for hackers and cyberwarfare warnings.
Built-in Telegram and Discord services are fertile ground for storing stolen data, hosting malware and using bots for nefarious purposes.
Microsoft has linked a threat that emerged in June 2021 and targets small-to-mid-sized businesses to state-sponsored actors tracked as DEV-0530.
Since 2021, various state-aligned threat groups have turned up their targeting of journalists to siphon data and credentials and also track them.
State-sponsored actors are deploying the unique malware–which targets specific files and leaves no ransomware note–in ongoing attacks.
Iran’s steel manufacturing industry is victim to ongoing cyberattacks that previously impacted the country’s rail system.
Cyber collective Killnet claims it won’t let up until the Baltic country opens trade routes to and from the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad.