Data Breach Notifications Can Now Be Brought to You

Worried you've been breached? There's now an easy way to check.

ACLU Wants to Keep Your Phones and Software Safe From the Government

Government requests for data and encryption back doors are becoming more and more common.

After a Major Cyberattack, Does the Public Deserve an Explanation?

The ransomware that crippled Atlanta raises unanswered questions about how to communicate with citizens after a cyber-attack.

New Crypto-Mining Malware Uses Amazon’s Cloud to Hijack Computers

So far the scheme has harvested about $100,000 worth of the monero cryptocurrency.

North Korea’s Hackers—Many Living Abroad—Have Nabbed It $650 Million

The North Korean government has rapidly become a world leader in hacking.

Gmail Unveils Security Features To Protect You From Hackers and Spies

Confidential mode could be popular with those concerned with privacy.

DHS is Lukewarm on the Bug Bounty Programs Congress Keeps Pushing

A bill mandating a DHS bug bounty passed the Senate Tuesday, but the department says it would duplicate work it’s already doing.

DHS Funds Tech to Root Out Malware in Government Mobile Apps

The tool, developed with Red Hat, is one of several the department is touting at the RSA Cybersecurity conference.

What Federal Mobile Security is Missing

We need to rethink our approach to fighting foreign cyber threats.

Microsoft Still Fixing Spectre and Meltdown Flaws

These complex vulnerabilities can't be patched overnight.