Austrian data firm accused of selling malware, conducting

Microsoft threat researchers have accused an Austrian company called DSIRF of exploiting multiple zero-day exploits in Windows and Adobe to deploy a malware called Subzero against targets in Europe – including the UK – and central America.

Vienna-headquartered DSIRF described itself as providing “mission-tailored” services in information research, forensics and data-driven intelligence to multinational clients in the energy, financial

Veterans gain cybersecurity skills through FIU program

A Florida International University initiative is training hundreds of veterans in cybersecurity skills to boost their careers.

The Veterans and First Responders Training Initiative, supported by a grant from the National Security Agency, is a year-long cybersecurity curriculum taught by the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy, the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC)and the Global Forensic and Justice

FIU helps local high school teachers build cybersecurity

FIU experts are training local high school teachers to develop cybersecurity lesson plans for their students.

The Cybernet Miami Academy is an FIU-led virtual, interactive program about digital forensics, which is the process of interpreting and uncovering electronic data. 

In the first phase of the academy this summer, high school teachers met with FIU electrical and computer engineering faculty and

SunLive – Ready, set, cyberchallenge

The largest cyber security challenge in New Zealand kicks off this week with students from around Aotearoa preparing to hack, learn and solve their way to virtual glory – and a decent prize pool.

Following a nationwide ‘Capture the Flag’ competition last month, 150 participants have been invited to Hamilton to attend the flagship event being held at the University

U.S. Posts Traces of Ukraine Hacks As Part of Cyber Alliance

The U.S. military has publicly posted evidence that Ukraine was being targeted by malicious online entities, a decision made in line with a digital alliance between the two countries to counter Russian cyberattacks against its Eastern European neighbor.

In a message published Wednesday, U.S. Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) shared a list of 20 “indicators of compromise” (IOC) provided to the United

Agreement Between Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) has further expanded its presence in the technology transfer arena through its latest Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA), this one inked with Camarillo, California-based GBL Systems Corp., a provider of systems engineering and custom software products to the U.S. Armed Forces.

“GBL Systems does