Visitors sit at the stand of Russian antivirus software development company Kaspersky Lab on the opening day of the MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona on Feb. 28, 2022. (Photo by PAU BARRENA/AFP via Getty Images)

Can Kaspersky survive the Ukraine war?

The Ukraine war continues to cause problems for Kaspersky, a titan of the antivirus industry accused of having ties to Russian intelligence.
Jen Easterly (L), director of the Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and Chris Inglis, the National Cyber Director, testify during their confirmation hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on June 10, 2021 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

‘Shields Up’: the new normal in cyberspace

The director of CISA and the national cyber director co-wrote this op-ed on what comes next for "Shields Up."
The flag of the People’s Republic of China flies in the wind above the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in San Francisco, California on July 23, 2020. (Photo by PHILIP PACHECO/AFP via Getty Images)

More details emerge on China’s widespread Ukraine-related hacking efforts

China's decade-old Mustang Panda hacking group is adjusting both its tactics and lures, researchers say.
Germany cybersecurity agency BSI, Kaskpersky alert
The building that houses the Federal Office for Information Technology Security (BSI, Bundesamt fuer Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik) on Jan. 7, 2019 in Bonn, Germany. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

German government issues warning about Kaspersky products

The Federal Office for Information Security, or BSI, did not accuse Kaspersky of any specific violations of customers' trust.
Ukraine refugees program
Ukrainian citizens board a train toward Wroclaw, Poland, as part of the temporary program for refugees arriving from Ukraine on March 2, 2022 in Przemysl, Poland (Photo by Omar Marques/Getty Images)

NATO countries’ refugee management may have been targeted by Belarus-linked hackers

A phishing campaign aimed at countries taking refugees is potentially linked to a group known to researchers as TA445, UNC1151 or Ghostwriter.