Tagged With Cybersecurity

Congress is set to grill the FCC's chairman for falsely claiming his agency was hit with a cyberattack — here's how it could affect the war over net neutrality

Reddit says it was hacked in June and attackers got private messages and other info of early users

Sec. Nielsen on 2016 US election interference: 'It was the Russians'

Facebook has detected a coordinated effort to influence US politics ahead of the 2018 midterm elections

Hackers reportedly took over a digital parking lot kiosk and connected it to a porn site for no apparent reason — and it hints at a worrying trend

People are being victimized by a terrifying new email scam where attackers claim they stole your password and hacked your webcam while you were watching porn — here's how to protect yourself

Some vote-counting computers came with a critical flaw that could have let hackers access them

Trump and Putin could be reigniting talks to create a cybersecurity task force, an idea experts shot down last year

A desperate hacker tried selling US military files for $150 — only to find no one wanted them

Hackers abscond with $31 million in cryptocurrencies from massive South Korean cryptocurrency trading platform

US intelligence officials say Russia will be back to try to undermine the 2018 elections. But here's why Americans shouldn't be so worried.

Here are 5 great VPNs to protect your privacy online

Genealogy site MyHeritage discovered passwords of 92 million accounts on a private server, but says the data was encrypted

Inside New York City Cyber Command -- a government agency most people know nothing about that's leading America's biggest city into the future

Leak reveals push to give Peter Dutton's new department the power to spy on Australian citizens' emails and text messages

The remains of Yahoo just got hit with a $46 million fine because it didn't tell investors about Russian hacking

Russian state-sponsored hackers targeted a 'significant number' of Australian organisations last year

Hackers stole a casino's high-roller database through a thermometer in the lobby fish tank

New York City just launched a free app to protect people's phones because cyber criminals are becoming a bigger threat

Atlanta has shut down courts and people there can't pay their bills online because of a crippling cyberattack the mayor has called 'a hostage situation'