Pfizer has sued a former employee, alleging she uploaded to her personal devices and accounts thousands of files containing confidential information and trade secrets pertaining to the company's vaccines and medications, including its COVID-19 vaccine, to potentially provide to her new employer.
Following the holiday recess, U.S. lawmakers are picking up several legislative priorities starting Monday, including progress on the annual defense spending bill, which contains amendments that would require incident reporting for critical infrastructure providers, among other measures.
Could the internet of things be made more secure? A draft law in Britain would impose stronger cybersecurity regulations for manufacturers, importers and distributors of smartphones, TVs, toys and other "connected" digital devices, backed by the threat of fines of up to $13 million for noncompliance.
The Secret Service of Ukraine has arrested five Ukrainian citizens on suspicion of being part of a cybercrime group called Phoenix, which it says has been tied to hacking hundreds of mobile devices, stealing personal data and also selling "hacking as a service" to others.
Three U.S. financial agencies have conducted a series of "policy sprints" around cryptocurrency assets and related regulatory gaps, and plan to amend existing guidance and regulations to address security and market risks, the Board of Governors for the Federal Reserve said this week.
The NSO Group is the target of a lawsuit filed by Apple, which alleges that the spyware maker abused Apple's products and services to carry out spying operations. The news follows the NSO Group's blacklisting by the U.S. government, a score downgrade by Moody's, and a reportedly failed deal with France.
Drawing on his deep background in technology, government and law, cybersecurity adviser Tony Scott delves into many pressing issues in cybersecurity today - including zero trust. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," he says organizations should get started on the journey now.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss important cybersecurity issues, including the status of the recommendations of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission today and what still needs to be enacted by the current Congress, addressing the increasing challenge of cyberattacks...
Cryptocurrency-using criminals continue to rely on services designed to launder their virtual currency to give them "clean coins" that are tougher for law enforcement to trace. Experts say such services are widely marketed on cybercrime forums, and sometimes provided directly to ransomware groups' affiliates.
The U.S. and Israel will expand their diplomatic relationship around cybersecurity, announcing a bilateral task force this week that will support cybersecurity and fintech innovation. The news follows recent action by the U.S. Department of Commerce to blacklist Israeli spyware firm NSO Group.
In an effort to streamline the adoption of zero trust cybersecurity architectures, the U.S. Department of Defense in December will launch an office dedicated to zero trust. This announcement comes as federal agencies move to modernize following the SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign.
NSO Group CEO-designate Itzik Benbenisti, currently NSO's co-president, has resigned from the Israel-based intelligence company, citing its blacklisting by the U.S. Department of Commerce last week. But the company has other troubles, too.
New Jersey state regulators have smacked two vendors with a hefty financial settlement and corrective action plan for their involvement in a 2016 printing and mailing mishap that compromised the health information of nearly 56,000 residents.
The U.K. Supreme Court has blocked a $4.3 billion class action lawsuit against technology giant Google. The lawsuit, which was filed in 2017, alleges that Google accessed millions of iPhone users’ personal information illegally between June 1, 2011, and Feb. 15, 2012.
U.S. SEC Commissioner Caroline Crenshaw urges DeFi developers to approach the financial regulator in an effort to bring projects in line with existing securities laws. Though praising the DeFi's innovative nature, the commissioner says it lacks transparency and is hindered by on-chain pseudonymity.