Cybersecurity Specialist Robert Herjavec Says He’s Confident U.S. Can Safeguard Voting From Hackers

Voting Security Has Come a Long Way Since 2016 — but Vulnerabilities Remain

Officials Express Confidence in Voting Security Amid Early Technical Glitches

FBI Investigating Robocalls Urging People to ‘Stay Home’ on Election Day

Officials on Watch for Disinformation If 2020 Election Results Are Delayed

New Kimsuky Module Makes North Korean Spyware More Powerful

One in Three Attacks Are Coronavirus-Related

Warning After 75,000 ‘Deleted’ Files Found on Used USB Drives

Krebs: Two Charged in SIM Swapping, Vishing Scams

Blackbaud Sued in 23 Class Action Lawsuits After Ransomware Attack
Leading Toy Maker Mattel Hit by Ransomware

Folksam Data Breach Leaks Info of 1M Swedes to Google, Facebook, More

Configuration Snafu Exposes Passwords for Two Million Marijuana Growers

New RegretLocker Ransomware Targets Windows Virtual Machines

These Software Bugs Are Years Old, but Businesses Still Aren’t Patching Them

Adobe Warns Windows, MacOS Users of Critical Acrobat and Reader Flaws

SaltStack Reveals New Critical Vulnerabilities, Patch Now

Oracle Solaris Zero-Day Attack Revealed

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