A security breach at a Wisconsin National Guard Unit prompted a lockdown and three arrests.
Numerous PlayStation 4 users reported that a PlayStation Network message exploit is crashing their consoles, requiring a factory reset in order to function again.
Eighteen payment processors from the U.S. and U.K. tested their systems for cyber attacks.
FBI Director Christopher Wray is convinced that terror groups will deploy drones to carry out attacks on American soil, and told a Senate committee that the threat of drones and other unmanned aircrafts is “steadily escalating.”
Hotels and casinos on the Las Vegas Strip are increasing security with K-9 units and advanced technology.
In a voluntary recall, Medtronic has issued a software update to plug cybersecurity holes in programmers — which are kinds of software that physicians use to measure a connected device's performance, batter life and settings — for the company's implantable cardiac devices, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The Department of Homeland Security gave notice it plans to waive environmental laws to install gates along a stretch of border fence.
Although GAO and others have warned of cyber risks for decades, the Defense Department did not prioritize weapon systems cybersecurity until recently, the new report says.
"Had he been successful, Rosenfeld’s alleged plot could have claimed the lives of innocent bystanders and caused untold destruction," FBI Assistant Director in Charge William Sweeney said.
Facebook's WhatsApp says it has fixed a video call security bug that let hackers hijack accounts.