New report shows government agencies are regularly using cloud extraction tools as surveillance technology to analyze and extract private data from major cloud services.
A new law was included in 2020 budget bill which requires any U.S. company providing cyber capabilities to first notify the State Department and obtain permission before selling to foreign governments.
After one year of reviewing data collection practices on smartphone apps, the Chinese government imposed new regulations on 41 apps that were found to be out of compliance.
The White House may be at risk of cyber attacks with the recent exodus of at least a dozen senior officials from the cyber security team and the removal of duties and security privileges of those remaining.
Johannesburg is again a fallen victim to ransomware attacks on cities. Following the July attack where some residents were left without power, hackers had compromised the city's IT infrastructure this time.
With tens of thousands of contractors serving the Defense Department, the new vendor cyber security certificate aims to improve supply chain security by assessing contractors before allowing them to bid.
New UN report warns that digital welfare technologies used by many governments could be used to “surveil, target, harass and punish” the poor and vulnerable instead.