Cybersecurity (142)

Ransomware Brings Cybersecurity to Centerstage

Recent high-profile disruptions of a major meatpacking company and the largest U.S. fuel pipeline have thrust ransomware to the forefront of national discussion.


U.S. Seizes Millions In Ransom Paid By Colonial Pipeline

The Colonial Pipeline ransomware saga has taken another turn as the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it recovered 63.7 Bitcoins paid to hacking group DarkSide. Those coins are valued at close to $2.3 million.


FBI Intelligence Agent Charged with Stealing Cybersecurity Docs  

A grand jury has charged a former FBI intelligence analyst with the theft of classified material, including documents related to cybersecurity. So reports ZDNet.


Justice Department Plots 120-day Cybersecurity Review

The U.S. Department of Justice is poised for a 120-day cybersecurity analysis in light of mounting threats. So reports The Hill.


How Best to Bring Cybersecurity to the Hybrid Office?

As organizations reopen after the pandemic and find ways to combine the physical office with remote work, they’re facing the challenge of how to secure these hybrid workplaces.


White House Sanctions Russia for SolarWinds Hack

The Biden administration has unveiled broad sanctions against Russia over the massive SolarWinds hack. So reports The Hill.


What to Know About Facebook’s Mega Leak

Fallout from a Facebook leak earlier this month is underway. It involved the personal data from more than half a billion users.


'Zero Trust' Wins Moment in Sun After Huge Cyberattacks

More than a decade after researcher John Kindervag first argued that owners of sensitive computer networks should put strict limits on anyone in their networks no matter who they are, two massive hacks have made “zero trust” the cybersecurity industry’s maxim. So reports Bloomberg.


New Apple Malware Baffles Cybersecurity Pros

Security researchers are struggling to figure out previously unknown malware that has been unearthed on nearly 30,000 Apple Macintosh computers around the world. So reports Ars Technica.


Cybersecurity Firm Accellion’s Data Breach Keeps Widening

Cybersecurity firm Accellion has suffered a data breach, and signs of the impact continue to spread. So reports


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