Author Archives: Lindsey O'Donnell
The bill is a direct shot at big tech companies like Facebook as senators try to reel in data-collection policies.
A patch is currently under revision but has not yet been incorporated into the Linux kernel.
At what point will infiltrating companies via the "insider threat model" become less costly and difficult than using malware? Threatpost discusses with a SolarWind expert.
A decade-old botnet is using infected computers to send out sextortion emails, in a wide-scale campaign with the potential to reach millions of victims.
Cisco has issued patches for critical and high-severity vulnerabilities in its Aironet access point devices.
Silent Librarian cyberattackers are switching up tactics in a phishing scheme bent on stealing student credentials.
Threatpost talks to Digital Guardian's Tim Bandos about the top insider threats that enterprises are facing today.
A U.K. woman alleged that her husband was able to bypass her Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone's fingerprint reader when the phone was encased by a third-party screen protector.
A fake website purports to enable iPhone users to download an iOS jailbreak - but ultimately prompts them to download a gaming app and conducts click fraud.
Deepfake technology is becoming easier to create – and that’s opening the door for a new wave of malicious threats, from revenge porn to social-media misinformation.