After a CSI-style investigation and restoration spanning eight years, the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague has declared that one of its star paintings really is by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn. The announcement should end years of is-it-or-isn't-it debate about whether "Saul and David" was a real Rembrandt.
On a wall facing dozens of cubicles at the FBI office in Pittsburgh, five guys from Shanghai stare from “Wanted” posters. According to a federal indictment unsealed last year, they are agents of China’s People’s Liberation Army Unit 61398. It's the first case the U.S. has brought against the perpetrators of alleged state-sponsored cyberespionage, and it has revealed computer-security holes that companies rarely acknowledge in public.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab in Russia have discovered yet another new nation-state attack attributed to members of the infamous Stuxnet and Duqu gang. But this time the perpetrators were hiding in plain sight — inside the security firm’s own networks.
Police have arrested dozens of suspects in an international investigation into a cybercrime gang that siphoned millions of euros from victims' accounts in an identity fraud scam.
The FBI has been lobbying hard to get unfettered access to the messages passed by encrypted messaging services. But it apparently didn't need that level of access to WhatsApp messages sent between members of an alleged Chechen jihadist group operating in Belgium.
When used in expert testimony at a criminal trial, terms like “incisal edge” and “the diastema of the two teeth” sound convincingly scientific.
As swatting continues to vex New Jersey law enforcement agencies and shut down or evacuate schools, malls and hospitals, experts say it's a relatively easy criminal prank to learn and pull off.
Genetic samples from families of the two missing Singaporeans climbers still missing have been submitted to Malaysian forensic authorities to enable comparison with body parts retrieved from Mount Kinabalu following last week’s earthquake.
There was a staggering 165 percent increase in ransomware attacks in the first three months of this year, while Adobe Flash malware soared 317 percent from Q4 2014, according to the latest threat report from McAfee.
Eighty percent of IT professionals believe social media is an easy way for hackers to gain access to corporate networks because it is often neglected in terms of security, and furthermore 36 percent even admit that their company could be breached by a hacker through one of their employees’ social media access at work.
Insulin pumps, heart monitors, x-ray communications systems and other medical devices already have been proven vulnerable to cyber attack by security researchers, but a new report confirms that hospital medical devices are being abused by cyber criminals and possibly cyber spies as a stepping-stone within healthcare networks to nab valuable healthcare identities and information.
Top U.S. tech companies are warning the Obama administration against imposing new policies that the companies say would weaken increasingly sophisticated encryption systems designed to protect consumers' privacy.
In April, federal authorities detected an ongoing remote attack targeting the U.S. Office of Personnel Management computer systems. While the attack was eventually uncovered using the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Einstein — the multibillion-dollar intrusion detection and prevention system — it managed to evade this detection entirely until another OPM breach spurred deeper examination.
Forensic artists are often tasked with creating age progression renderings to show how a person might look years, or even decades later.
The now-suspended officer uses profanity, grabs the girl by the back of her head and forces her to the ground, face-down.