Researchers recently discovered that the number of victims of a unique backdoor developed by advanced threat group Turla is much higher than originally thought.
The OilRig threat group recently targeted government offices in the Middle East with a spear phishing attack that involved the Trojan malware BONDUPDATER.
West Virginia launched a pilot program to enable members of the military to cast ballots for November's U.S. elections on their mobile devices, but some experts are concerned about voting security.
As bitcoin theft increases and the crypto market remains volatile, the question emerging around cryptocurrency securities is whether government regulation will help stabilize the digital economy.
The U.S. government's Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) aims to help the DOD protect its own data and that of its business partners through multifactor authentication (MFA).
A cybersecurity risk assessment outlined in a recent government report revealed that the majority of federal agencies struggle to address cyberthreats.
A recent survey of local government leaders revealed that cybersecurity threats represent the top trend affecting government communications, followed by citizen engagement and social media.
The U.S. Department of Justice recently conducted the largest sweep of identity fraud cases aimed at elderly citizens in the nation's history.
IoT and cybersecurity issues are causing problems for companies even as they look to leverage smart device data. Can industries catch up, or is government regulation the next step?
A recent survey found that nearly half of U.S. government employees believe they are not responsible for addressing cybersecurity risks.