For the past decade, US government agencies suffered hundreds of breaches a year, costing the taxpayer billions of dollars.
The company's filing with the SEC unveils more concerning details about the 23andMe October data breach.
Companies are failing to patch their systems quickly enough, and some endpoints are running software that reached end of life.
Cybercriminals are dropping infostealers via malvertising, and using them to run ransomware campaigns.
RETVec promises to cut down on Gmail spam and reduce false positives by scanning words and sentences.
Malware running in a sandbox escapes all security checks and is able to steal banking credentials and money.
Two Zyxel NAS devices were found to be vulnerable to six flaws, three of which were deemed critical.
Developers are sloppy and are leaving secrets out in the open. Some of the secrets could cause serious damage.
TAG found a Google Chrome zero-day that's actively being abused in the wild, so make sure to patch your browser right now.
Users, business partners, and employees all affected by Line breach that happened after a supply chain attack.
All 17,000 Ethyrial: Echoes of Yore accounts had to be restored manually, but players got a "pet" in return.
After a successful attack in October, BlackCat decided to come back for more and claims to have stolen 35TB of data.
General Electric attackers first tried to sell network access, and later expanded it with alleged data.