SyTech, the hacked company, was working on research projects for the FSB, Russia's intelligence service.
Hackers are breaching college networks and creating fake accounts that are used "almost immediately for criminal activity."
Prosecutors never proved former NSA contractor was the origin for the Shadow Brokers leak.
The council is fighting back against privacy violations made possible through facial surveillance.
Microsoft reorganizes its bug bounty program and provides researchers with more information that's easier to access.
Benchmarks reveal better connection speeds and smaller memory footprint for Rustls library, compared to OpenSSL.
Law enforcement needs to be innovative and act now in order to keep face with near future criminal threats, warns 'Do criminals dream of electric sheep' paper.
Google is making a stand on apps designed for tracking employees, partners, and children.
New Prime Minister must make a decision fast about whether to allow the Chinese company's equipment to be used in 5G, says influential committee.
Company also triples maximum baseline reward for security bugs.
Laws show the different path Australia is taking to privacy, the Law Council of Australia has said.
With the number of data breaches escalating and threat landscape fast evolving, Asia-Pacific enterprises will have to think outside the box and transform their cybersecurity strategy, especially since current tools are no longer effective in staving off attacks.
New academic research reveals the extent of user tracking on top adult sites.
Kazakh government first wanted to intercept all HTTPS traffic way back in 2016, but they backed off after several lawsuits.
How fiscal responsibility and ransomware are impacting the market.
We take a look at the top tech, cybersecurity, and authentication trends as revealed today by the Duo Security's 2019 Trusted Access Report, which includes data from 24 million devices, one million apps and services, and billions of authentications.
A list of the most dangerous, effective, and most well-known malware strains that have been developed by the cyber-security units of various countries' intelligence and military branches.
All the facts and figures that matter to you and your business from the past month in technology news.
These are the 10 malware families used the most in new macOS attacks over 2019.
Are you suspicious about your phone? Have a look at these settings to put your mind at ease.
These are the top 20 biggest, fastest, and most lucrative bounty programs on the HackerOne platform.
Here are the top 10 tips for keeping the data on your iPhone safe from hackers and snoopers. Even if you are pretty confident in your security, it might be worth checking to make sure things are in good order.
If you want to beef up the security on your Google Account, then the Advanced Protection Program those at risk of targeted attacks – such as journalists, activists, business leaders, and political campaign teams – is for you. Here's how to enable the Google Advanced Protection Program.
Disassembly of a Google Titan Bluetooth two-factor security key .
2019 is already proving a fruitful year for hackers with millions of records stolen, medical data leaks, and credit card data theft.
European law enforcement has smashed everything from Dark Web marketplaces to ATM skimmer rings.
Interested in the world of cybersecurity? Consider picking up a copy of these books to enjoy over summer.
For the past few years, the FBI has been keeping a separate list of the US' most wanted cybercriminals. Time to take a look at who's still on it -- in no particular order.
Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12.3.
Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12.2.
Scanning technology already in use at the Mexican border was pitched as a way to build profiles of driver habits. Read more: https://zd.net/2JEHUld
The new Android malware operation is preparing to invade the Google Play Store.
A survey of security professionals found that over half believe management are ignoring advice designed to help them stay safe from cyberattacks.
Tor vulnerability has been exploited for years and has been used for censorship, sabotage, and extortion of Onion sites.
YouTube removed 'instructional hacking' content from a prominent educational channel. Supporters fought back.
UK ISP group has even named Mozilla 'Internet Villain' for supporting 'DNS-over-HTTPS.'
NAS devices are often used to store critical data and back-ups - but many are exposed to the open internet and the cybercriminals behind eCh0raix are taking advantage.
Information Commissioner's Office intends to fine airline for “poor security arrangements” - British Airways says it's “surprised and disappointed” by planned penalty.
Researchers develop a proof-of-concept attack after reverse engineering the Microsoft BlueKeep patch.
ZDNet's Steve Ranger and TechRepublic's Karen Roby sit down and discuss if that Word doc really comes from who you think it does. Read more: https://zd.net/2XFCQRo
Traditionally secretive agencies must be open with the public about the dangers they face and how to combat them, says GCHQ chief.