From nation states or black hats hacking the power grid to water filtration plants, the threats are both real and overblown.
A European bank makes customers pay to change their passwords, and suggests they Google their password to check if it is secure.
A security firm has released a new app that promises to detect when your iPhone has been targeted by hackers, but there are caveats.
An internet marketing firm asked me to promote a series of fake iOS jailbreak sites, including ones for jailbreaks that don't actually exist.
Chronicle, Google’s moonshot cybersecurity startup that was supposed to completely change the industry, is imploding.
A new parody website generates random excuses to explain why companies got hacked and apologize to their users.
A white hat hacker who used to help for free is now charging hacked influencers to help them regain access to their accounts.
The attack highlights a vulnerability in “smart” assistant microphones that can be targeted from up to 350 feet away using lasers.
Technologists, hackers, and journalists recap the fifth episode of the final season of the realistic hacking show.
Corellium responds to Apple's lawsuit saying the startup is good for society and accusing Apple of owing it money.
A group focused on counterintelligence and insider threats purchased the malware, according to a FOIA response to Motherboard.
In 2019, the American war machine doesn’t simply need soldiers, helicopters, or F-22s. It also needs hackers.