EU investigating ‘IT security incident’ involving multiple agencies

by Sean Lyngaas

The scope and nature of the incident were not immediately clear.

Intel pushes for hardware-specific additions to vulnerability taxonomy

by Sean Lyngaas

A new proposal is an outgrowth of the Spectre and Meltdown revelations from January 2018.

Nonprofit FIRST aims at global coverage for cyber incident responders

by Shaun Waterman

With the burgeoning global growth of internet connectivity and web-enabled devices, there needs to be a national computer incident response capability in every country on earth.

This one matters, too: Carnegie Mellon issues guide to disclosing software vulnerabilities responsibly

by Shaun Waterman

"This is not a technical document ... This is about a very human process," says one of the authors from the prestigious Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon.

Bobbie Stempfley will lead Carnegie Mellon CERT

by Michael Bergin

Stempfley will take over Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute’s CERT Division, the oldest Computer Emergency Response Team in the world, SEI announced this week.

DHS warns of vulnerabilities in popular, outdated ICS software

by Chris Bing

Popular web-based Honeywell software programs that are used to control IT systems in wastewater, energy and manufacturing facilities, could be remotely hacked, according to DHS.