Malware attack hits Atlanta’s government

Hackers held Atlanta’s computer systems hostage for a week, hamstringing the ability of employees to get work done.

Windows 10 flaw allows malicious websites

A recently discovered vulnerability in Cortana, the Windows 10 voice assistant, allows hackers to open malicious websites on a PC, even when it’s locked.

Research: 4G LTE networks may not be as safe as you think

Research from Purdue University and the University of Iowa reveals 10 new types of attacks that can be used against carrier networks.

21K impacted in Marine Corps data breach

The information of more than 21,000 soldiers and civilians was leaked in a data breach from the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve.

Universal fiber broadband: What it could mean for you

Imagine the possibilities of a city-wide fiber broadband network with mandated protections for net neutrality and consumer privacy.

Winter Olympic ceremony struck by malware

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, were hit with a malware attack on the opening night of the competition.

Russian hacker uses malware to steal gas

A hacker in southern Russia was arrested for using malware to steal gasoline and resell it.

U.S. considering new nationalized 5G network

President Trump’s national security team is mulling over the potential of a government-run 5G wireless network in an attempt to combat Chinese spying, according to a report from Reuters.

AI to look for behavioral patterns on social media

A new program in Canada aims to learn if Artificial Intelligence (AI) can detect patterns of behavior on social media, before people act.

Breach! Private info of 247K DHS staffers leaked

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently announced a data breach that occurred in May 2017.