The Department of Homeland security is launching the first-of-its-kind cybersecurity grant program for state, local, and territorial (SLT) governments.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reached a deal with Morgan Stanley over the latter’s failure to protect customer data.
Cloudflare has launched its latest weapon in the war to protect the internet from bad actors: Adaptive DDoS Protection.
Scammers are abusing Microsoft Edge’s news feed, running malicious ads in an effort to direct users to tech support scams.
In the wake of reports its systems were breached, Uber is reassuring users no “sensitive user data” was accessed.
Microsoft has released updates to fix a zero-day vulnerability impacting all versions of Windows, from Windows 7 to Windows 11.
Google is tackling supply chain cybersecurity attacks with a new bug bounty program.
Popular password manager LastPass has revealed that portions of its source code were stolen by hackers in a recent data breach.
In what may be one of the worst examples of cybersecurity, Hyundai is being called out for using example encryption keys for its security.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is targeting “corporate surveillance,” wherein companies profit from the data they collect on consumers.
Apple has released patches to fix a major zero-day exploit impacting iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, an exploit that may already be in use.
Cisco was hacked by a ransomware gang in May, with the criminals reportedly stealing 2.75GB of data and trying to extort the company.
Zoom has released an update to its macOS client that fixes a severe vulnerability, one that could give a user root access.
The latest report from CloudBees is bad news for the cloud industry, with many companies still not fully securing their supply chain.
Microsoft has unveiled new security tools, expanding the Microsoft Defender line of products with dedicated threat intelligence tools.
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Amazon’s Ring and Google Nest devices are popular home security options, but users may want to look elsewhere if privacy is a concern.
T-Mobile has agreed to a $350 million settlement over a data breach in 2021 that impacted some 76 million US individuals.