This Workaround Lets 2.6 Million Cubans Surf the Web
Apretaste is opening up more internet services to the millions of Cubans who have email but no web access.
Drug Pump Maker Denies Security Patch to Researcher Who Found Vulnerabilities
Jeremy Richards has found multiple security holes in Hospira's drug pumps, but the company doesn't want to work with him.
Ransomware Is Coming to Medical Devices
The only question is when—and what we are going to do about it.
The FBI Says Hackers Are Targeting Emergency Services
As 911 gets more technologically advanced, the vulnerability to cyberattack increases.
Hospitals Are Under ‘Constant Attempts at Attack’ from Hackers, FDA Says
The agency is talking up threats to hospitals and medical devices, but not following up with enforcement.
Secure Email Service ProtonMail Thinks Government Might Be Behind a DDoS Attack
ProtonMail is back online after a very large DDoS attack.
Apple Doesn’t Want Talks About Hacking on Apple TV
The Chaos Computer Club had its Apple TV app rejected for including videos on hacking and jailbreaking.
People Are Mad that Facebook and Google Sponsored a Privacy Event
Google, Facebook, and Palantir were some of the controversial sponsors of Amsterdam Privacy Week.
Meet the Real-Life Mr. Robot
Confessions of a professional cyber stalker.
Why Aren't There Better Cybersecurity Regulations for Medical Devices?
From pacemakers to drug pumps, critical medical devices have been shown to be incredibly vulnerable.
How a Frozen Neutrino Observatory Grapples with Staggering Amounts of Data
Sensors collect terabytes of raw data every day in an attempt to discover the source of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays.
Finally, a 'Reasonably-Secure' Operating System: Qubes R3
The world's most secure operating system assumes you've been owned.