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Maze exfiltrates data as well as locks down systems. Officials said they don't know yet whether any residents' personal information has been breached.
The cyberattack comes days after a shooting at U.S. military base Naval Air Station Pensacola rocked the city.
Biometric facial scanning won’t be a requirement for all U.S. citizens traveling internationally after all, the department decided.
Since 2007, the two allegedly operated a cybercrime ring called "Bayrob Group."
The platform has linked documents posted on its site to a vote-manipulation campaign already observed on Facebook earlier this year.
Authorities say they have halted over 600 domestic money mules – exceeding the 400 money mules stopped last year.
In this past week, the authorities have cracked down on various BEC scams and cybercrime gangs.
Authorities cracked down on cybercrime group Evil Corp. with sanctions and charges against its leader, known for his lavish lifestyle.
Larger SMBs are more likely to feel targeted by APTs.
Now all travelers to and from the U.S. - even if they are U.S. citizens - will be subject to facial recognition-based checks, a new filing revealed.
The infrastructure behind a remote access tool (RAT) allowing full remote takeover of a victim machine has been dismantled.
A newly proposed CISA directive would require all U.S. agencies to develop and implement vulnerability disclosure processes for their internet connected systems.
TV takeover, privacy threats, botnet concerns and Wi-Fi network compromise are all big concerns when it comes to connected TVs.
The COPRA legislation would provide GDPR-like data protections, and create a new FTC enforcement bureau.
The malware was introduced to the police network via a contractor who was installing a digital display.
Amazon's Ring data collection policies are in the spotlight.
Survey reveals that skepticism towards privacy issues remain at an all-time high.