The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency added the Log4j vulnerability to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog.
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The Select Committee issued the subpoenas as part of their investigation into the January 6th attack on the US Capitol.
US Army medical records technician sentenced for stealing $1.5 million from veterans through DoD benefit sites
Fredrick Brown was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for stealing the personal information of thousands of US veterans and their benefits.
The State Department has put a bounty on the heads of the leaders of the DarkSide/BlackMatter ransomware.
The SEC said that App Annie and its founder lied to companies about how their confidential data was being used and then sold the manipulated estimates to their trading firm customers.
The countries agreed ransomware is an "escalating global security threat with serious economic and security consequences."
Missouri governor faces backlash and ridicule for threatening reporter who discovered exposed teacher SSNs
Governor Mike Parson called a St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter a "hacker". He threatened criminal prosecution because he notified state officials about a database that exposed the sensitive information of 100,000 educators.
Rep. Jim Langevin, co-chair of the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, told ZDNet that it was "unacceptable" for the federal government to withhold decryptor keys from Kaseya.
The bill includes a National Cyber Exercise program that will test the country's cyber preparedness and a "CyberSentry" provision to monitor critical infrastructure.
Commerce Dept sanctions NSO Group, Positive Technologies and more for selling spyware and hacking tools
The US said the four companies had "developed and supplied spyware" and other hacking tools that they sold to the foreign government using them to attack civilians and businesses.