More than 250,000 of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) employees along with individuals involved in on-going DHS criminal investigations had their personally identifiable information (PII) compromised in a data breach.
North Korea was behind the WannaCry ransomware that blazed a destructive path around the world last spring, wreaking havoc on companies of all stripes say both UK and US officials.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have officially revealed the IP addresses that they say are used by the North Korean government to administer the RAT FallChill.
More than half a dozen Russian government officials are in the US Justice Department's crosshairs and may be facing charges for hacking computers at the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Following the US Federal ban on Kaspersky Lab products the company has launched a Global Transparency Initiative, providing its source code for third-party review and opening three transparency centres internationally.
A Ukrainian who authored malware that US intelligence officials say was used by an Russian APT group to hack the Democratic National Committee has become a witness for the FBI.
Two US judges rule against Microsoft Ireland decision in cases pitting Google against DOJ
The US Congress has introduced a bill which aims to prohibit sale of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the government if they can't be patched or have their password changed.
The US government has been criticised by a senator for failing to implement DMARC, a proven tool for curtailing the abuse of email domains by spammers and spoofers.
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The White House has reportedly fired its chief information security officer Cory Louie, leaving another key internal cyber-security position vacant less than a month after former Federal CISO Gregory Touhill resigned from his post.
Following the US announcements that it is planning to retaliate for presumed Russian hacking of the DNC, Russia says it is making preparations to mitigate the impact of any such attack, while suggesting the US has more to lose.
Donald Trump's contentious campaign for the presidency has taken another controversial turn as his website was found leaking the CVs of his interns
At least three other suspects in the UK are also being investigated by the Crown Prosecution Service, the release said.
The Inspector General has said that the U.S. Department of the Interior has to beef up its access controls if it wants to meet current standards
Major partners in the controversial nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point have been accused in American courts of attempting to steal US nuclear technology.
A US Congress committee has condemned the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for covering up a number of breaches
The growth of state sponsored and APT cyber-attacks on the US government has triggered a much needed response by the US National Security Agency's (NSA) Information Assurance Directorate (IAD).
During a Senate subcommittee hearing, a legislator pushed for security protections on internet-connected vehicles. "The Internet of Things leads also to the Internet of Threats," said Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.).
A new report has called for greater accountability and oversight in the way the government reports the software vulnerabilities that it discovers.
James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence has said that the government is considering ways it might disclose information about Americans under government surveillance
A new report from the US Office of Management and Budget has shown the true scale of the cyber-threats that the US government contends with each day
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The Xfinity account of John Holdren, senior advisor on science and technology to US president Barack Obama, has been breached.
Microsoft says it fears that a precedent could be set, leading to a "global free-for-all" eroding personal privacy, as US government seeks to force it to hand over user's email.
Whether increased data mining enhances security or undermines privacy, that's the question facing the US senate over the controversial Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (Cisa) 2015.