Plus: MGM hackers hit more than just casinos, Microsoft researchers accidentally leak terabytes of data, and China goes on the PR offensive over cyberespionage.
As civil conflict continues in and above the streets of Khartoum, satellite images from the Conflict Observatory at Yale University have captured the catastrophic damage.
Security researchers found USB-based Sogu espionage malware spreading within African operations of European and US firms.
Plus: Spyware-packing ads, TikTok GDPR violations, Elon Musk investigations, and more.
Cyberattacks on casinos grab attention, but a steady stream of less publicized attacks leave vulnerable victims struggling to recover.
Senators are meeting with Silicon Valley's elite to learn how to deal with AI. But can Congress tackle the rapidly emerging tech before working on itself?
A scandal unfolding in Argentina shows the dangers of implementing facial recognition—even with laws and limits in place.
Signs suggest the culprits worked within a notorious Chinese hacker group that may have also hacked Indian electric utilities years earlier.
State and local governments in the US are scrambling to harness tools like ChatGPT to unburden their bureaucracies, rushing to write their own rules—and avoid generative AI's many pitfalls.