This bill making its way through Congress would allow law enforcement to more easily uncover location data for cell phones from mobile carriers in an emergency.
Apps most often blacklisted by enterprises provide messenger, VoIP and navigation services.
The information was exposed on a public Amazon S3 bucket by a Virginia-based political campaign and robocalling company.
The nation's largest blood test processor detected “suspicious activity” on its network this past weekend.
July's critical patch update addresses 334 security vulnerabilities (including 61 rated critical) covering a vast swathe of the Oracle enterprise portfolio.
A high-quality multi-factor authentication bypass submission can win a bounty hunter up to $100,000.
While there certainly remains a global hierarchy when it comes to cyber capabilities, smaller state and non-state actors are increasingly exploiting the asymmetric nature of cyberspace to achieve a broad range of objectives.
IT companies allege that one of New Zealand’s largest networks of doctors and nurses has been storing hundreds of thousands of sensitive patient records, without express consent.
Buyers and sellers can exchange cash in person, transfer bank funds online or can exchange funds for prepaid cards, gift cards or other cryptocurrencies.
Changes in the group's script may indicate that the hackers may start using attack vectors other than ActiveX.
DDoS attacks is relentless. New techniques, new targets and a new class of attackers continue to reinvigorate one of the internet's oldest nemesis.
Researchers found a new version of GandCrab - but no evidence that the ransomware is using the same SMB exploit as Wannacry.
Noted cryptographer waxes on the threats posed by physical cyber systems, 'going dark' and a crypto arms race.
A new phishing scam purports to be MYOB invoices - but really contains a novel banking trojan.
Indictments are part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Cyberattackers have used a bogus mobile device management (MDM) system to target a small – but presumably high-value – set of iPhones in India in a cyberespionage campaign that has some unusual hallmarks.
HackerOne’s 2018 Hacker-Powered Security Report showed that the average award for critical vulnerabilities has increased.
The scam emails offer, as proof of compromise, a password associated with the target’s online accounts.
In this InfoSec Insider, Tim Bandos looks at why network admins will want to keep a close watch on network traffic within the enterprise.
The thief also had a second dataset, including the M1 Abrams maintenance manual, a tank platoon training course, a crew survival course and documentation on improvised explosive device (IED) mitigation tactics.