News has recently emerged that the US Census Bureau was compromised by a cyber attack in January 2020 which was traced back to a Citrix vulnerability that had just been publicly disclosed about a month prior.
New Senate report reveals that the government’s biggest targets are not keeping pace with threats. Seven of eight federal agencies were found to have not made any meaningful improvements to their security since 2019.
Facebook with its fair share of data security scandals and the government’s past of secretly monitoring of citizens’ communication. Who does US citizens trust more with their data?
Declassified report reveals 2016 Wikileaks breach of CIA hacking tools was due to the agency’s focus on developing cyber weapons and a systemic lack of access control.
A five-year cyber espionage campaign has been running in Asia Pacific where attackers will infiltrate a government body and use stolen data to launch targeted phishing attacks against other governments.
More than 110 civil society organizations have jointly issued a statement against the COVID-19 digital surveillance performed by governments around the world to curb the pandemic.
Data security provisions under New York SHIELD Act has taken effect on 21 March, what are the new requirements and how should companies prepare to be in compliance?
Cybercriminals could run DDoS attacks on Next Generation 911 systems by using anonymized phones to issue repeated emergency calls that cannot be blocked by the network.
China has added a "color code" in their national surveillance system to mark citizens according to their level of COVID-19 contagion risk and flag those with yellow and red codes for quarantine.