FBI, CISA Allege China Conducts Coronavirus Espionage
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and FBI accuse Chin conducts espionage campaign to steal intellectual property from U.S. coronavirus researchers.
Carbon Black Parent VMware Freezes Salaries, Cuts Executive Pay
Carbon Black parent VMware freezes salaries & cuts additional expenses as economic fallout spreads across virtualization, cloud & cybersecurity markets.
COVID-19, Contact Tracing and U.S. Government Surveillance Concerns: Research
How far will Americans let government surveillance and contact tracing go in the post-coronavirus pandemic world? This research offers clues.
Covid-19 Relief Aid Confusion Spikes Spam Emails on Small Businesses
Nearly 40 percent of small business owners believe they’ve been targeted with malicious coronavirus (Covid-19) spam emails, IBM Security study finds.
IT Groups Press Congress for Cybersecurity Funding
Technology groups backed Amazon, AT&T, Cisco, Google & Microsoft lobby Congress to expand cybersecurity funding in next coronavirus (Covid-19) stimulus package.
FBI: Covid-19 Cyberattacks Spike 400% in Pandemic
Online crimes reported to the FBI roughly quadrupled since the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, a senior cybersecurity official said.
Coronavirus Geolocation Tracking: Will U.S. Consumer Privacy Law Emerge?
Legislators & privacy advocates urge Congress to enact national consumer privacy law as coronavirus geolocation surveillance escalates.
Yes, Even MSSPs Will Experience Layoffs, Job Cuts and Furloughs
Coronavirus pandemic triggers some layoffs at MSSPs, MDR (managed detection & response), and SOC as a Service (SOCaaS) cybersecurity companies.
Ransomware Attacks vs Hospitals: Hacker Groups Take Different Stances
Amid coronavirus pandemic, some hacker groups continue ransomware attacks vs hospitals while other hacker teams stand down.