"Once the shots are fired, there is no putting the genie back in the bottle," former National Security Council Eastern European Affairs director Alexander Vindman told Newsweek.
"We're at the point now where cyberthreats are growing faster than our ability to effectively prevent and manage them," said a risk management leader.
"If Cyber Ninjas goes out-of-business I either need to get a job with someone else, or start from scratch with a new company," said its CEO.
McMenamins, a chain of brewpubs, music venues and hotels, was hit by a ransomware attack that may have affected up to 30,000 current and past employees.
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The group was "interested in stealing credentials, maintaining access and gathering sensitive files from victim networks," a cybersecurity firm said.
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Microsoft has accused the Russian hacking group Nobelium of being responsible for the attack.
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As the head of the FCC moves to further restrict the use of Chinese drones, an internal DOI memo argues "there are no domestically produced UAS [unmanned aircraft systems] available" to fight fires the same way.
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"They've lost control and they don't have the ability to rein it back in," Christopher Krebs said of Republicans scared Trump will primary them.
While China was not the most prolific hacker, it had a particularly high success rate of 44 percent when it did breach security networks.
"For too long, companies have chosen silence under the mistaken belief that it's less risky to hide a breach," Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said.
Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler said a ban on cryptocurrencies would be left up to Congress.
"The U.S. cannot continue to fight ransomware attacks with one hand tied behind our back," Rep. Deborah Ross said while announcing the Ransom Disclosure Act.
Little information was provided regarding the case, which is classified as is typical of Russian treason investigations.
The hacking group, given the temporary name TAG-28, used Winnti malware, which it said is exclusively used by several state-sponsored Chinese groups.
An assessment by Lithuania's Defense Ministry found a remote censorship function could block phrases such as "free Tibet" and "long live Taiwan independence."
The company said Indonesia's intelligence agency and nine other government agencies were compromised in the hack by "Mustang Panda."