law enforcement

A hacking group managed to obtain confidential information from some users after contacting the Apple and Meta support areas posing as police officers, accessing records such as full names, phoneRead More →

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has confirmed its plans to establish a new measure for organizations suffering from cyberattacks. This provision requires publicly traded companies to disclose anyRead More →

Lisa Monaco, deputy attorney general of the Department of Justice (DOJ), recently shared the new policies with which U.S. authorities will address cybercriminal incidents, which involve an analysis protocol toRead More →

A joint operation by authorities from 10 countries led to the dismantling of VPNLab.net, a virtual private network (VPN) services infrastructure employed by various hacking groups, including ransomware operators. ThisRead More →

This week the Australian and U.S. governments signed an agreement to make it easier for their justice departments to access phone numbers and email addresses related to judicial investigations. U.S.Read More →

After an investigation by the non-governmental organization Brennan Center for Justice, it was discovered that a couple of years ago the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) hired the services ofRead More →