Tagged With Cybersecurity

A researcher managed to 'steal' a Tesla in 90 seconds with a $300 bluetooth kit


From fake contact tracing apps to attacks on vaccine makers, COVID-19 will define cyberattacks in 2021, experts say. Here's how businesses can prepare.


'Up is down, down is up': Trump did Russia's job for it by firing Chris Krebs, and Krebs' removal is the biggest sign of his success



'Honoured to serve. We did it right': Top cybersecurity official fired by Trump via Twitter responds


Apple's app-security tech Gatekeeper caused all kinds of problems last week, but here's why your Mac would be in far worse shape without it


Cybercrimes can cost companies money, customers, and employees. Here's what types of cybersecurity protocols every business needs to keep their data and information safe.



The Pentagon published cartoons depicting Russian hackers as silly bears in order to infuriate them, according to a report


Zoom reaches settlement with the FTC over allegations it misled customers about video-call encryption


The US's top cybersecurity agency just threw cold water on Trump's claim that election results in battleground states are fraudulent


Technical glitches and WiFi issues have delayed voting at multiple polling places across the US


A massive hacking network that Microsoft and the US military tried to stop last month is already back — and it could be a bad sign for Election Day


Twitter allows New York Post account to tweet again after contested Hunter Biden story led the company to update hacked materials policy



This creepy 'haunted' Zoom call uses deepfakes to put words in your mouth — and serves as a powerful warning about the threats posed by cutting-edge misinformation techniques


Cybersecurity as we know it will be 'a thing of the past in the next decade,' says Cloudflare's COO, as security moves towards a 'water treatment' model


Hospitals across the US have been hit by a wave of ransomware attacks, disrupting their computer systems and forcing them to turn away ambulances


Trump's official campaign website briefly offline after hackers take control and claim they had 'full access to Trump and relatives'



A cybersecurity firm found a hacker selling personal data on 186 million US voters. It warned the data 'can easily be used for geo-targeted disinformation campaigns.'


Police in all 50 states are using secret tools to break into locked phones — and they're using them for cases as low-level as shoplifting, records show


The US and 6 other countries are pressuring tech companies to weaken encryption and make it easier for police to snoop on apps like iMessage or WhatsApp


The US has charged 6 Russian hackers for a string of 'destructive' cyberattacks that targeted elections, shut down hospitals, and crippled a power grid