Preet Bharara and his staff are learning how to think about prosecutions in a whole new way. What's in question are the real-life identities of cloaked criminals.
Malware peddlers employing a new Zeus banking Trojan variant have resorted to hiding the malware's configuration file into innocuous-looking sunset and cat photos.
If Windows XP is the dinosaur in the room, then OS X Snow Leopard — despite being named after a predator — is more like a sitting duck.
Regional cyber vulnerabilities are not linked to any single factor, but to a variety of different socio-economic factors.
Social networking website Meetup.com is fighting a sustained battle against cyber attackers who are demanding only $300 to call off a campaign that has kept the site offline for much of the past four days.
U.S. utilities would benefit from an independent group to set industry-wide guidelines on combating cyber threats, according to a think-tank report that was co-authored by a former director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Police may soon have a new way to catch pedophiles who distribute child abuse photos anonymously online. The technology could also identify smartphone thieves who take pictures with the stolen gadgets and then post their snapshots on the Internet.
Police in Florida have offered a startling excuse for having used a controversial “stingray” cell phone tracking gadget 200 times without ever telling a judge: the device’s manufacturer made them sign a non-disclosure agreement that they say prevented them from telling the courts.
Bloomberg has reported that US retail giant Sears "is investigating a possible security breach after a series of cyber attacks on other retailers have exposed the data of millions of consumers."
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has ruled that law enforcement officials do need a warrant to search an arrested person's cell phone after they've been jailed. The ruling did not decide whether it is legal or not for police to search a suspect's phone at theincidence of arrest, which is currently a hotly contested subject. The Supreme Court is set to decide that matter later this year.
Mt. Gox filed for bankruptcy on Friday but bitcoin insiders say its downfall began nearly a year ago as the virtual currency exchange tangled with regulators, split from former business partners and grappled with cyber attacks.
Cellebrite, a leading provider of mobile forensic and mobile data transfer solutions, shares its industry forecast of top trends shaping mobile forensics this year. Cellebrite surveyed its customer base and conducted interviews with leading mobile forensic experts and analysts spanning the industry.
James Comey, the recently confirmed FBI director, said that addressing cybersecurity issues effectively can only be done through increased cooperation with law enforcement and the collective efforts and wisdom of the commercial information security community
For just $35, you can buy a popular, specialized malware tool that steals Bitcoins and other such electronic currency — and researchers have unearthed more than 100 different malware families that specialize in this form of theft.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has sent subpoenas to Mt. Gox, other bitcoin exchanges, and businesses that deal in bitcoin to seek information on how they handled recent cyber attacks, a source familiar with the probe said on Wednesday.