News from the InfoSec conferences.
A security researcher reveals that he was able to see detailed messages from hospitals as the coronavirus outbreak got worse in California.
Chips that allow modern phone features, such as quick charging or noise cancellation, may open the door for hackers too, researchers warn.
"We have to engage now" to get this right, security luminary Matt Blaze says.
Christopher Krebs, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, says a paper trail is one of the best risk management techniques against outside threats.
Defcon's "Safe Mode" means that many attendees will have to concede to being tracked in some form.
The voting machine was supposed to be available for hackers to find security flaws. An unexpected bug stopped the experiment from starting until Defcon's last day.
Security researchers found serious vulnerabilities with a line of devices that gave potential hackers full access.
Sen. Ron Wyden speaks at the Voting Village at Defcon on Friday, discussing issues surrounding US election security.
The r00tz Asylum, Defcon’s kid-friendly event, is hosting a workshop on how disinformation is spread on social media.
The Android Security team's former tech lead, who's now a security researcher on Google's Project Zero, breaks down why.
If you want one, all you need to do is be a distinguished cybersecurity researcher.