Earlier this year, state-backed Chinese hackers embarked on one of the most sweeping Chinese espionage campaigns FireEye has seen in years, according to new research the security firm published Wednesday.
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Fortune 500 technology giant General Electric (GE) disclosed that personally identifiable information of current and former employees, as well as beneficiaries, was exposed in a security incident experienced by one of GE's service providers.
The dramatic expansion of teleworking by US schools, businesses and government agencies in response to the coronavirus is raising fresh questions about the capacity and security of the tools many Americans use to connect to vital workplace systems and data.
New York Attorney General asks domain registrars, including GoDaddy, and Namecheap, to crack down on coronavirus scam sites.
A group of cybersecurity experts from around the world - including from companies like Microsoft and Okta - have teamed to help organizations fight COVID-19-related hacking and phishing attacks.
The strategy focuses on four lines of effort and will guide how the government approaches 5G for the near future.
A currently unpatched security vulnerability affecting iOS 13.3.1 or later prevents virtual private networks (VPNs) from encrypting all traffic and can lead to some Internet connections bypassing VPN encryption to expose users' data or leak their IP addresses.
A new congressional report suggests piloting a reserves corps for federal civilian cybersecurity, along with several other recommendations to support the government's effort to attract and retain cybersecurity talent.
Amazon Web Services opposes the Defense Department's decision to reconsider certain aspects of the government's controversial enterprise cloud award to Microsoft, arguing that the proposed action by the department isn't "fair and rational" and will "preserve" Microsoft's win, according to a March 24 court filing.