U.S. officials are warnings private companies that North Korean IT workers are attempting to do remote contract work with businesses and funnel the proceeds back to Kim Jong Un’s regime.
An Austin man was sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday for buying credentials for 38,000 compromised PayPal accounts then using those credentials to steal money from the accounts' owners, the Department of Justice announced.
Russia carried out a cyberattack early on in its invasion of Ukraine, cutting off from the internet thousands of modems throughout Europe, officials from the U.S., Great Britain, Canada, Estonia and the European Union announced Tuesday. SpaceX founder Elon Musk, whose Starlink satellites have helped ensure Ukrainians' access to the internet amid Russia's invasion, warned that Kremlin forces are “ramping up their efforts."
The offerings are included as part of the tech giant's new service category, Microsoft Security Experts, which combines human-led services with expert-trained technology to help organizations achieve better security outcomes.
Republican primary voters by a large margin want action from Congress to regulate Big Tech giants, a new poll finds.
The regulator's Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit will add 20 new employees, including supervisors, investigative staff attorneys, trial counsels and fraud analysts
President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve on the Federal Communications Commission could come with yet another caveat regarding a battle between billionaires Elon Musk and Michael Dell over spectrum for internet access.
Bobby Kotick, the chief executive of Activision Blizzard Inc., could walk away with as much as $520 million after Microsoft Corp. completes its planned purchase of the videogame company.
The deal is expected to close in fiscal year 2023, subject to customary closing conditions and the completion of a regulatory review.
Brendan Carr, a commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), rejected the Open Markets Institute's claim that the FCC has the authority to block Tesla CEO Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter, in part because Musk also owns Starlink.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr argues Twitter's previous restrictions on the "free exchange" of ideas put our democratic way of life in danger.
Activision Blizzard Inc.‘s first-quarter sales and profit plunged as demand for its Call of Duty videogame franchise fell. Microsoft is about to acquire the company.
In-game advertisements could be coming to Microsoft's Xbox Series X and Sony's Playstation 5 later this year for the first time.
Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday that Florida will seek ways to hold Twitter's board of directors “accountable” over their response to billionaire Elon Musk's bid to take the company private.
Activision Blizzard is cooperating with federal investigations into trading by friends of its chief executive shortly before the gaming company disclosed its sale to Microsoft Corp, it said in a securities filing on Friday.
The U.S. this week linked a cybercrime group with ties to the North Korean government to a cryptocurrency heist of more than $620 million last month.
A lawyer for California's civil rights agency has resigned over what she alleged were undue attempts by Gov. Gavin Newsom and his office to interfere in a state lawsuit against video game giant Activision Blizzard.
While UE5 offers improvements for developers such as an upgraded UI and better performance, the biggest changes are centered on photorealism.
Business Email Compromise, BEC, scams get less attention than other cybercrimes.
As hacks and other cybersecurity threats surge, an expert explains how companies and individuals can protect their assets from cybersecurity threats.