US Cyber Command has issued an alert via Twitter today about threat actors abusing an Outlook vulnerability to plant malware on government networks.
Windows 10 continues to be a danger zone. Not only have problems been piling up in recent weeks, Microsoft has also been worryingly deceptive about the operation of key services. And now the company has warned millions about another problem.
It might be difficult to fathom how this isn't already mandatory, but Microsoft Corp. says it will soon force all Cloud Solution Providers (CSPs) that help companies manage their Office365 accounts to use multi-factor authentication. The move comes amid a noticeable uptick in phishing and malware attacks targeting CSP employees and contractors.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is set to stop accepting paper-based records at the end of 2022, and the White House Office of Management and Budget has a new guidance out to help agencies meet this deadline.
The apps gather information such as location, even after owners explicitly say no. Google says a fix won't come until Android Q.
The Department of Defense's Joint Artificial Intelligence Center will take pitches on a range of cybersecurity and AI-related initiatives from select private sector companies in the coming months.
Next time you use Amazon Alexa to message a friend or order a pizza, know that the record could be stored indefinitely, even if you ask to delete it.
British Airways is facing a 183.39 million Pound (about $229.72 million USD) fine for failure to comply with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - the largest such fine levied so far.
A new malware is targeting Macs with new tactics to sniff out antivirus and virtual machines.
The U.S. Coast Guard recommended on Monday that ships update their cybersecurity in the wake of a malware attack on a "deep draft vessel" in February that "significantly degraded" its computer system.