The White House are Twitter are both debunking claims by a Dutch ethical hacker that he accessed President Donald Trump's Twitter account earlier this month by guessing the password, enabling him to obtain full privileges and capture screenshots.
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, a multinational pharmaceutical company based in India that's testing a COVID-19 vaccine, says it isolated its data center services Thursday following what it calls a "detected cyberattack."
After a surge in the use of remote access and telehealth technologies during the pandemic, widespread use of this approach to care is expected to continue, raising concerns about security and privacy. Mark Baik of Palo Alto Networks and Thomas Duffey of Accenture preview new research findings on the subject.
An indictment unsealed this week demonstrates the degree to which Western intelligence agencies have apparently been able to infiltrate the Russian intelligence apparatus to trace attacks back to specific agencies - and individual operators. Shouldn't Russian spies have better operational security?
For the second time within a week, it's been revealed that sensitive voice messages containing patients' information have been exposed on the internet. The latest discovery involves unsecured voice transcripts of patient calls to drug giant Pfizer's automated customer support system.
VMware Carbon Black is out with its latest Global Incident Response Threat Report, which describes "the perfect storm" for increasingly sophisticated attacks heading into 2021. Cybersecurity strategist Tom Kellermann discusses what that means - and how these trends should inform our defensive strategies.
U.S. officials have accused the Russian government of behaving "maliciously or irresponsibly" by taking steps such as crashing Ukraine power grids in the dead of winter and causing more than $10 billion in damages via NotPetya malware. But why make the accusations now? And how might Moscow respond?
A recent hacking incident had an unusual twist: The hacker who broke into the network of a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit entity apparently decided against injecting malware or proceeding with other malicious activities after discovering the organization serves individuals with intellectual disabilities.
A security researcher recently discovered an unsecure Elasticsearch database cluster exposed on the internet that contained transcripts of sensitive voicemail messages, including some for medical clinics and financial service companies.
The FCC is asking the Justice Department and other executive branch agencies if China Unicom's operations within the U.S. pose a significant enough national security threat to merit revoking the company's business license.
Security experts are urging organizations to patch a newly revealed serious flaw in Microsoft SharePoint as quickly as possible because proof-of-concept exploit code is already available. The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Center warns that hackers frequently target fresh SharePoint flaws.
Behavioral biometrics have evolved, and Michael Yeardley of LexisNexis Risk Solutions says the new generation of controls can not only identify the bad guy - but also "the really clever bad guy." He explains how.
A report from Google's Threat Analysis Group offers fresh details about the hacking group that targeted Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign with phishing emails earlier this year. The phishing effort was linked to a little-known hacking group called APT31, which has connections to China.