UK Home Secretary is offering grants of up to $117,000 to firms that can figure out how to bypass the end-to-end encryption used by the Facebook and WhatsApp messaging systems.
In mid-July the REvil ransomware group, linked to the Kaseya and JBS incidents among other attacks, appeared to go out of business. It turns out they may have just been taking a refreshing summer break.
A new system of warrants grants Australian police broad powers to infiltrate and even modify the online accounts of suspected cybercriminals, in the name of combating dark web transactions and anonymization.
NERC, a non-profit regulatory authority that oversees utilities, revealed this week that about 25% of the electric utilities on the North American power grid downloaded the SolarWinds backdoor.
The DHS has issued a broad warning to all American businesses about potential data theft by partners in China that have connections to the government.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has issued a statement that Iranian and Russian actors have US voter data and are using it to engage in election interference.
Zhenhua data leak reveals that the firm with links to the Chinese military has scraped the personal data of at least 2.4 million targeted subjects, including national leaders, celebrities, and politically exposed persons.
Indian government has cited national security as the reason for banning 59 Chinese apps, including popular apps such as TikTok, UC Browser and Clash of Kings.
Israel and Iran may be in a hidden cyber war with both countries attacking each other’s critical infrastructure, causing physical disruptions to the civilian population.
Campaign run by a group of state-sponsored hackers appears to have been passing data-siphoning spyware through approved apps in Google Play Store for years.