It’s Long Past Time for a Federal Data Protection Law
Trump’s Firing of Christopher Krebs Threatens the Security of Future Elections
Criminals Are Using Google Drive to Infect Hospitals With Ransomware
The Most Surprising Thing About the New Indictment of Six Russian Intelligence Hackers
Do Fake Phishing Emails Really Teach People to Recognize Scam Messages?
Why Are Private Companies Telling Us More About Election Interference Than the Government Is?
Uber’s Former Security Chief Has Been Charged With Allegedly Covering Up a Data Breach. Good.
The First U.S. Contact-Tracing App to Use the Apple-Google System Is Finally Here
The Cyberattack on Garmin Poses a Complicated Question for the U.S. Government
The Big Twitter Hack Keeps Getting Stranger and Stranger
Dubai Police Release Hilariously High-Octane Video of Cybercriminals’ Arrests
Apple Is Giving iPhone Users More Control Over Their Location Data
The New AP Stylebook Gets Technical. Really Technical.
Supreme Court Says State Laws Aren’t Copyrightable
A Partial Defense of Zoom
Ransomware Attacks Are the Last Things Hospitals Need Now
The Justice Department Has Made Clear Its Indictments of Foreign Hackers Are Only for Show
The Paranoid Person’s Guide to Working From Home Securely
How Russia and China Are Manipulating Coronavirus Conversations Online
That Enormous Equifax Hack Looks a Lot More Bizarre Now