Q&A: Eugene Spafford on the Risks of Internet Voting

Allowing people to cast their ballots online to circumvent coronavirus-related health concerns introduces problems that we simply don't know how to manage, says the Purdue University professor and security leader.

Spear-Phishing Campaign Hits Developer Collaboration System Users

Users of Zeplin, a popular developer and designer collaboration system, have been hit with new waves of spear-phishing attacks in the last month.

Name That Toon: Sign of the Tides

Feeling creative? Submit your caption in the comments, and our panel of experts will reward the winner with a $25 Amazon gift card.

Local, State Governments Face Cybersecurity Crisis

Ransomware hit small government organizations hard in 2019. Now they have to deal with budget cuts, pandemic precautions, social unrest, and the coming election cycle.

New ‘Tycoon’ Ransomware Strain Targets Windows, Linux

Researchers say Tycoon ransomware, which has targeted software and educational institutions, has a few traits they haven't seen before.

Malware Campaign Hides in Resumes and Medical Leave Forms

The campaigns have been part of the overall increase in coronavirus-related malware activity.

Strengthening Secure Information Sharing Through Technology & Standards

How data sharing, innovation, and regulatory standardization can make it easier for organizations to both contribute and consume critical threat intelligence.

Microsoft Office Files Most Popular for Exploit Tests

A new report examines attacker methodologies to better understand how exploit testing is conducted in the wild.

Could Automation Kill the Security Analyst?

Five skills to ensure job security in the Age of Automation.

What Usability Means to Security Pros

The last thing cybersecurity executives and practitioners need are even more tools that are difficult to operate. Here's what they look for when assessing new tools.