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When lawmakers and higher education take steps to prevent official users from accessing the popular video-sharing app on their devices, corporations should sit up and take notice.
Training non-tech savvy users to recognize phishing and other credential-based attacks is essential but expecting employees to man the front lines against intrusions is a mistake, experts say. Harmony between staff psychology and frictionless securit
Thanks to Stuxnet, we now live in a world where code can destroy machinery and stop (or start) a war.
The campaign was aimed at Australian governmental agencies and media companies, and at maintainers of wind turbines in the South China Sea.
As more high-profile instances of spyware misuse come to light, the U.S. government begins to take action to address the threat.
The failed sale of NSO Group to L3Harris raises concerns about who will own its surveillance technology, while Apple takes steps to hold surveillance firms accountable.
Investigations into both cybercriminal and nation-state actors can have consequences. Some researchers have upgraded their physical security.
The warning renews global concerns about using Russian-made software as the country continues its assault on Ukraine.
Chinese drone producer DJI Global is accused of limiting capabilities of its AeroScope technology for the Ukrainian army, giving an air reconnaissance edge to Russian invaders.
Two recent court cases expose the capabilities of publicly available spyware and how businesses and governments use them for malicious purposes.