U.S. Justice Department released a new drone policy update which mandates a cybersecurity evaluation for new UAS acquisition and protection of privacy and civil liberties.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security aims to help software developers and security researchers eliminate common software vulnerabilities by releasing a list of top 25 most dangerous software errors.
Recent survey on 200 banks worldwide found 4 in 5 of them had experienced at least one SWIFT fraud attempt since 2016, and the problem appears to be growing.
Attempted ransomware attack on NYPD fingerprint database was the result of a “bumbling” third-party contractor who was installing video equipment at one of the department’s training academies.
According to cyber security firm Check Point Software Technologies, Android app makers are still not patching old security flaws, some of which date back to 2014.
Group of top Democrats in the U.S. Senate have introduced the COPRA digital privacy act to offer U.S. consumers the same types of data privacy protections as the European GDPR.
Contract for the Web wants to create a better internet at a time when huge corporations are failing to respect privacy, governments can no longer be counted on to provide affordable and accessible Internet, and citizens are no longer interested promoting civil discourse.
New IoT security rating system by global safety certification firm UL is designed to empower consumers to make smarter decisions about the products and IoT solutions they purchase.
As part of a major change in strategy, it now appears that Iranian hackers APT33 are shifting their focus to critical infrastructure targets, threatening ICS security.