With the last witness being called to the stand this week in the Google antitrust trial, the tech giant’s default search deal that delivers billions each year into the coffers of its rival Apple will be key to the presiding judge's ruling.
Stories by Cynthia Brumfield
Google' star witness in its antitrust trial, CEO Sundar Pichai, defended the company's business practices but drew attention to the importance of default search contracts as a driver of its market share.
As a witness for the prosecution in the Google antitrust trial, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella warns that Google’s monopoly profits could lock in publishers as AI-enabled search arrives.
Top Apple executive Eddy Cue testified in the government’s antitrust case against Google, but it’s hard to judge the import of what he said given the shroud of secrecy surrounding the trial.
The US Justice Department and 14 co-plaintiffs argued that Google's anticompetitive role in the search engine and search advertising markets threaten the future of the internet. Google said it succeeds through innovation and not monopolisation.
Experts say that cybersecurity skills and a whole-of-organisation approach can go a long way to tackling misinformation threats.
The Clop ransomware gang has hit at least three US government agencies by exploiting MOVEit file transfer flaws. The State Department offered a $10-million reward for proof of Clop links to a foreign government.
Researchers say that law enforcement crackdowns and new investigative tools are putting pressure on cybercriminals, but challenges for defenders remain.
An expanded data breach definition and the telcos’ desire to link notifications to “concrete harm” are among the most controversial aspects of the proposed FCC data breach reporting rules.
The Biden administration issued an executive order to outlaw the federal government's use of commercial foreign spyware--with some caveats.
The CISA pilot program will notify organisations of vulnerabilities that can lead to ransomware attacks, with small organisations the primary beneficiaries.
Ransomware gangs like Vice Society target colleges and universities like every other sector, but they try hard to keep that information quiet.
President Biden's FY2024 budget increases CISA's budget to over $3 billion and boosting spending on several cyber initiatives.
The Biden administration's National Cybersecurity Strategy calls for more regulation on critical infrastructure providers and holds software providers accountable for their insecure products.
The Bipartisan Policy Center's report on the top eight macro cybersecurity risks highlights how little progress organisations have made in dealing with them.