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The Story of Sandworm, the Kremlin’s Most Dangerous Hackers

Blackouts in Ukraine were just a trial run. Russian hackers are learning to sabotage infrastructure—and the US could be next.

Think you’re anonymous online? A third of popular websites are ‘fingerprinting’ you.

Our latest privacy experiment tested sites for an invisible form of online tracking that you can’t easily avoid.

Your Data Is Shared and Sold…What’s Being Done About It?

Earlier this month, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the most sweeping state data privacy regulations in the country.

The Hacker Next Door Lock Picker Deviant Ollam

20,000+ hackers hanging out and hacking together (in Las Vegas!) improve security for us all.

New Bill Promises an End to Our Privacy Nightmare, Jail Time to CEOs Who Lie

Dubbed the Mind Your Own Business Act, the bill promises consumers the ability to opt out of data collection and sale with a single click.

Her computer security method could protect data, even when attackers break in

Raluca Ada Popa found a fix for one of cybersecurity’s most fundamental challenges: securing computer systems without relying on firewalls to keep hackers out.

Kalispell Regional Healthcare Data Breach Could Affect 130,000 Patients

“We discovered that multiple employees had provided their email credentials to unauthorized malicious criminals by way of a phishing scam,”

State of Idaho, Idaho National Laboratory celebrate opening of new computing and cybersecurity buildings 

The C3 and CIC buildings represent an endeavor by the state and INL to expand collaboration and employment opportunities for Idaho university students.

Clearing your printer can save you from becoming a victim of identity theft

If you print something once you can print it again later.

Chinese citizens will soon need to scan their face before they can access internet services or get a new phone number

Chinese citizens will soon have to start using facial identification in order to sign up for internet services or get a new mobile number.


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