Meta removed a total of about 1,500 accounts that used a combination of reconnaissance, engagement and exploitation to indiscriminately target people in more than 100 countries
Apple Inc. last week notified 11 U.S. State Department employees in Uganda that their iPhones were hacked, and investigators have linked the attack to a tool developed by NSO Group, an Israeli technology company that was blacklisted by the Biden administration, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The U.S. Justice Department has charged a suspect from Ukraine and a Russian national over a July ransomware attack on an American company, according to indictments made in court filings on Monday, and has seized $6 million in ransom payments.
The U.S. grain, pork and chicken supply could be at risk after a ransomware attack on New Cooperative Inc. has forced the Iowa-based agriculture services provider's systems to go offline.
Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay fines of $1.685 million and cooperate with federal prosecutors to avoid trial, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.
Thousands of companies across the globe have been affected by a ransomware attack that targeted software firm Kaseya.
St. Joseph's/Candler, one of the largest hospital systems in Savannah, Georgia, confirmed it was hit with a ransomware attack on Thursday morning.
Often referred to as social engineering, hackers often look for cracks in the human shield at organizations.
Navistar International Corporation has learned of a "credible potential cybersecurity threat" to its information technology system that has extracted certain data.
The Russian ransomware group responsible for the Colonial Pipeline hack, Darkside, reaped just over $90 million in Bitcoin ransom payments from 47 victims before announcing it would cease operations, according to blockchain analytics firm Elliptic.
The FBI announced on Twitter Sunday that it is aware of a “network disruption” at the Colonial Pipeline, which is one of the country’s largest and transports fuel across the East Coast.
Tech giant Microsoft did not identify the presidential campaign targeted by Iran-linked hackers, over privacy concerns; Trey Yingst reports.