Department of Cybersecurity: With evidence of Russia's interference in the US Election and hacking from other nations, is a cabinet-level department likely?
Would a single, shared universal social media identity solve online toxicity by restoring the coercive power of identity?
Ransomware attacks continue to succeed because targets, like city governments, aren’t doing security basics, like patching vulnerabilities.
Microsoft issued an urgent warning to users of older Windows systems to apply an update in order to protect against a potential widespread cyber attack.
Government crisis talks with the internet industry have been scheduled to discuss the risks of a proposed but as yet unconfirmed update to Google’s popular Chrome web browser, one that would hit many of the techniques used to monitor internet content for both online safety and official snooping.
Researchers said it was one of the scarier attacks, as it marked when a government dedicated significant resources to targeting a vital piece of the Web.
The idea that the U.S. federal government could play a dominant and effective role in protecting the nation from malicious cyberattacks on everything from Internet of Things (IoT) devices to critical infrastructure to election voting systems might strike some people as absurd.
The effects of climate change and cyberattacks from foreign countries are a greater threat to national security than illegal immigration, former Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano says.
The public and private sector are turning to AI and automation in their fight against cyber-attacks. However, this strategy must not be at people's expense.
As many as 750,000 heart devices made by Medtronic PLC contain a serious cybersecurity vulnerability that could let an attacker with sophisticated insider knowledge to harm a patient by altering programming on an implanted defibrillator, federal officials said today.