The FBI and CISA say that a Russian newspaper report that claims American voting data was stolen and then offered for sale in darknet forums is inaccurate. The agencies say the data offered for sale is already publicly available, and they portray the newspaper report as part of a disinformation campaign.
Facebook says the Russian troll group that interfered in the 2016 U.S. election is at it again, using sham accounts and a fake news site to spread disinformation in advance of the November election. Facebook says it took down the accounts involved.
News that a malware-wielding gang of Russians targeted Tesla by attempting to work with an insider should have all organizations asking: What would happen if extortionists attempted to bribe one of our employees to install malicious code designed to steal corporate secrets for ransom?
"Charming Kitten," a hacking group with ties to Iran, is now using LinkedIn and WhatsApp messages to contact potential victims and persuade them to visit a phishing page, according to ClearSky. The threat actors initially posed as journalists looking to contact sources.
U.S. agencies have issued a warning about increases in bank heists worldwide spearheaded by a hacking group called "BeagleBoyz," a subset of the Lazarus Group, which has ties to the North Korean government.
The Lazarus Group, which has ties to the North Korean government, recently targeted an employee of a cryptocurrency exchange with a fake job offer in order to plant malware and steal virtual currency, according to F-Secure.
Political campaigns are at risk from nation-state actors and other hackers seeking to exploit network vulnerabilities and create backdoors to access sensitive data that can be used to undermine the November election, says retired Brigadier General Francis X. Taylor, executive director of U.S. CyberDome.
The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency have issued a warning about a new malware strain tied to North Korean hackers that's being used in fake job posting messages sent to defense industry employees.
The Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday released its fifth and final report on Russia's attempts to influence the 2016 election, providing more details on how Russian hackers resided on Democratic National Commitee servers for months and citing shortcomings in the FBI's investigation.
State and local governments are better equipped to ensure election security than they were four years ago, says Christopher Krebs, director of CISA, who calls on election officials to serve as "risk managers." His comments came at ISMG's Cybersecurity Virtual Summit.
President Donald Trump has signed a new executive order that requires TikTok owner ByteDance to divest its U.S. operations within 90 days. In the new order, Trump cites national security concerns in demanding the Chinese company sell its American assets.
An alert from U.S. National Security Agency and the FBI warns of a recently discovered Russian-deployed malware variant called Drovorub that's designed to target Linux systems, creating a backdoor into targeted networks to exfiltrate data.
China could collect the personal data on Americans through the social media apps TikTok and WeChat for intelligence-gathering purposes, a senior Justice Department official says in explaining why the White House wants to ban these apps.
Hackers with suspected ties to North Korea's government are conducting a cyber espionage campaign that's circulating "job opportunity" spear-phishing emails targeting employees of defense contractors, according to the security firm ClearSky.