The U.S. government is doubling down on its anti-cybercrime efforts, this time meeting with NATO allies and 30 other nations to chart an actionable cause of action.
It seems like every week we are reporting on problems related to the Ethereum network. This week, Vitalik Buterin’s brainchild was rocked by a critical bug that affected an estimated 54% of nodes.
In a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company revealed it’s facing the penalties over issues related primarily to anti-money laundering and cybersecurity.
As befitting a tech-focused summit, the recently held CoinGeek Conference in Zurich didn’t shy away from the threats posed by digital bad actors.
It is likely that the recent SolarWinds hack will become known as the worst cybersecurity breach in United States history—affecting the most sensitive government networks and critical U.S. infrastructure.
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Blockchain is disrupting cybersecurity through decentralized storage, secure messaging, mitigating DDoS attacks and more.
India's Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, inaugurated the newly-created National Cyber Forensic Lab (NCFL) which will focus its energy on investigating and resolving crypto-related crimes, as well as other types of cyber fraud.
Authorities in Malta are taking action after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised concerns that blockchain's ascent in Malta will be a significant risk to the Maltese financial system.
Cryptocurrency mining remains the most prevalent use for malware distribution, according to the latest study by Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Speculative demand for cryptocurrencies has subsided over the past 12 months, but the amount of malware for cryptocurrency mining operations has exploded.