The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have launched StopRansomware.gov as a one-stop cybersecurity resource.
Ransomware gang REvil may have gone dark, with its sites offline, but experts are warning against becoming complacent.
The REvil ransomware gang, behind the Kaseya attack, has gone dark and its websites have gone offline.
Software firm Kaseya had a history of security issues long before the latest one that allowed the biggest ransomware attack in history to occur.
Microsoft has entered an agreement to purchase RiskIQ in an effort to improve hybrid work cybersecurity.
Semiconductor company Broadcom is reportedly in talks to purchase SAS Institute, in a deal worth $15 to $20 billion.
Software company Kaseya, at the heart of the largest ransomware attack in history, says its services have now been fully restored.
Microsoft has disclosed the results of its bug bounty program, including the fact that it paid $13.6 million in bounties over the last year.
Kaseya has acknowledged as many as 1,500 businesses may have been impacted by the ransomware attack targeting its software.
New York Rep. Joe Morelle has introduced right to repair legislation, in a bid that could have a major impact on device manufacturers.