An in-depth look at America’s election system shows how woefully unprepared the nation is for another attack.
Hackers won't bother to hold you hostage using ransomware with your personal home devices because the cost to replace is too low. But vertically scaled infrastructure? That’s a different thing.
The Ransomware attack hit over 300,000 computers in 150 countries, but earned hackers just $140,000 in Bitcoin.
The account retweeted an anti-monarchy Shi'ite militant group several days after Bahraini security cracked down on prominent Shi'ite campaigners.
The brain prefers short, predictable sequences—exactly the opposite of a good password.
Fears of foreign intervention in Western politics have heightened since the U.S. presidential elections in November.
Russia-based leading cybersecurity firm Kaspersky revealed an intricate, secret program by which North Korea sponsored electronic heists to fund its nuclear weapons program.
Germany inaugurated its new Cyber and Information Space Command, a military division tasked with defending against and waging electronic warfare.
With governments unlikely to ever get backdoor access to tech devices, authorities may turn to selective hacking, as in the Apple/San Bernardino case.
Standards, guidelines and exercises have bolstered the security of high-voltage networks but little has been done to protect the low-voltage systems that power our homes and workplaces.
A Turkish group claimed the cyberattack was "in response to this racism of Austria against Muslims."
UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon warns of sustained cyberattacks against the West from Russia.
Security experts have called Trump’s Twitter account a “disaster waiting to happen."
Researchers show how the emergency call system could be blocked by hackers' denial of service attacks.
Prosecutors said the men made over $4 million by placing trades in at least five company stocks based on inside information from unnamed law firms.
Methbot scam saw thieves create fake accounts to defraud advertisers.