cyberattacks

cyberattacks

Why Russia is about to disconnect itself from the internet

NATO and its allies have threatened to retaliate against Russian aggression in cyberspace
David Gilbert
2.11.19
cyberattacks

White House points finger at China for huge hack of Marriott customers

David Gilbert
12.12.18
Election Hacking

There's just over 100 days to secure the 2018 midterms, and states aren't ready

The federal government has already appropriated $380 million to protect against foreign cyberattacks, but states have been slow to use it.
Alex Thompson
7.23.18
Closing the Backdoor

Nuclear Power Plants Have a 'Blind Spot' for Hackers. Here's How to Fix That.

Malware hunters, regulators, and plant employees are hunting further down the supply chain for vulnerabilities as hackers continue to target critical infrastructure.
Sean Lyngaas
4.27.18
Bad AI

Top Researchers Write 100-Page Report Warning About AI Threat to Humanity

26 researchers from 14 organizations compiled a sweeping report on the dangers posed by malicious superhuman artificial intelligence.
Daniel Oberhaus
2.21.18
cyberattacks

Pentagon: Counter massive cyberattack with nukes

Justification for a U.S. nuclear first-strike would include attacks on critical infrastructure.
David Gilbert
1.17.18
cyberattacks

The Equifax breach may be the most stunning cyberattack in history

Noah Kulwin
9.8.17
cybersecurity

Ransomware: How hackers make you pay

Gabriel Connelly
6.29.17
cyberattacks

Hackers used stolen NSA tools to launch a cyberattack on more than 70 countries

Carter Sherman
5.12.17
Internet Insecurity

The Cybersecurity Dilemma: The Prevalence and Dangers of Defensive Hacking

How offense can be the best defense in cyberspace.
Ben Buchanan
2.20.17
Hacking

Good Guy Hacker Launches 'Security Without Borders' to Defend At-Risk Dissidents

Claudio Guarnieri hopes the project will more effectively connect fellow white hat hackers with targeted groups and individuals.
Joseph Cox
12.29.16
iran

How Researchers Exposed Iranian Cyberattacks Against Hundreds of Activists

For more than three years, two researchers have tracked the rise of state-sponsored Iranian hackers.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
8.11.16
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