The latest move in modernizing the U.S. government sees the new Bureau for Cyberspace and Digital Policy open its doors for the first time.
Companies Apple and Meta have fallen victim to a recent hacking attack, supplying user data to people posing as the authorities.
Researchers claim the mastermind of cybercrime group Lapsus$, responsible for recent attacks against big companies, is a teenager in England.
As details emerge of the recent Okta security breach, customers wonder what the security firm isn’t telling them.
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A new report said that CryptoRom Bitcoin swindlers are using two new ways to fool users to install malicious apps on iPhones.
The serious increase in cybersecurity threats is bringing Apple CEO Tim Cook to a meeting with President Biden and other top tech executives.
Although the product has experienced a poor reputation in the past, MacKeeper is working hard to regain Mac users’ trust.
The Mac Observer’s Charlotte Henry joined the DTNS crew on Monday. Amongst other things, they discussed paying ransoms following a ransomware attack, the combined theater and streaming released of Black Widow by Disney, and the future of the iPad mini.