Two Charged With Jackpotting Theft

The Justice Department announced charges against two for making a Connecticut ATM spit out cash.

How Long Did the US Government Know about Spectre and Meltdown?

The largest CPU bug in history caught the Defense Department by surprise. Or not.

No, the U.S. Won’t Respond to A Cyberattack with Nukes

Defense leaders won’t completely rule out the possibility. But it’s a very, very, very remote possibility.

Watch Out For ATM 'Jackpotting' Hack

The notorious form of cyber theft has reached the United States.

'Worst Year Ever' For Cyberattacks

And most of them could have been avoided with basic cyber hygiene.

The New Way Your Computer Can Be Attacked

Unprecedented computer-chip vulnerabilities exposed this month paint a grim picture of the future of cybersecurity.

Lebanese Spy Agency Likely Behind Fake Messaging Apps, Researchers Say

The nation-state-run campaign being called Dark Caracal has been ongoing, undetected for years, despite not being all that sophisticated.

As America’s Nukes and Sensors Get More Connected, the Risk of Cyber Attack Is Growing

Future nuclear weapons will be more sophisticated and better integrated with other equipment. That has benefits and drawbacks.

Russian DNC Hackers Targeting Senate, Cyber Firm Says

Sen. Ben Sasse wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to testify on the issue.

Meltdown and Spectre Complicate Government’s Cybersecurity Posture

The potential footprint makes 2014’s Heartbleed look like an op-forces training exercise.

Will Ukraine Be Hit by Yet Another Holiday Power-Grid Hack?

The country has been attacked the past two years in December. A new strike could have major implications for cybersecurity in the U.S.

How Russia Hacked America—And Why It Will Happen Again

Russian-backed psychological cyber warfare will only get better.