Judge dismisses Kaspersky lawsuits over government ban
She said the bans weren’t unconstitutional as Kaspersky claimed.
The bogus expert and social media chicanery of DC’s top cyber think tank
No, you can't block a zero-day.
In time for hacking season, the US has no cybersecurity coordinator
John Bolton puts a big “Hack Me” sign on America’s back.
Tidal investigates possible data breach amid streaming stats allegations
An interesting move for a company that claims the allegations are false.
Kaspersky to move to Switzerland following latest government ban
The Dutch government is phasing out the software as a security 'precaution'.
Cyberattack shuts down Tennessee election website
No data was manipulated, a security firm insisted.
Google will verify the identity of those buying US political ads
It will also require ads to disclose who paid for them.
Atlanta spends more than $2 million to recover from ransomware attack
Affected services are still down.
A look at the ad-targeting tools AggregateIQ left exposed online
The breach has given us the first good look at how the firm does what it does.