A top US intelligence official has directly accused China of being behind the hack at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which resulted in the records of millions of US government workers being...
We must all prepare for the end of public key encryption as we know it
North Korea-linked Geumseong121 APT group is sending spear-phishing emails to target people interested in North Korean refugees
Fifty malicious domains belonging to the group were seized by Microsoft in December
The company has notified guests whose information was compromised in the incident
Websites trading in stolen debit and credit cards, as well as personal information, have gone dark following raids last week by the FSB
Working from home, staying secure: 14 Identity & Access Management tools to deal with the coronavirus fallout
With record numbers working remotely during the COVID-19 crisis, CIOs and CISOs must look at how to maintain identity and access securely across a dispersed network