Luta Security in the News

Agencies get Christmas Eve deadline to address ‘extremely concerning’ vulnerability

Federal News Network

Justin Doubleday
December 15, 2021

US government to offer up to $5,000 'bounty' to hackers to identify cyber vulnerabilities


Geneva Sands
December 14, 2021

A Log4J Vulnerability Has Set the Internet 'On Fire'

Wired Magazine

Lily Hay Newman

December 10, 2021

Vast majority of our Network cyber experts favor mandates to report hacks

Thee Washington Post: Cybersecurity 202

Joseph Marks

December 6, 2021

The Matrix Is the Best Hacker Movie

Wired Magazine

Andy Greenberg

December 1, 2021

Q&A: Ciaran Martin

InfoSecurity Magazine

Eleanor Dallaway

November 25, 2021

NIST workshop provides clues to upcoming software supply chain security guidelines

CSO Magazine

Cynthia Brumfield

November 23, 2021

Reporter who notified Missouri officials of website flaw did 'nothing out of line,' emails show


Benjamin Freed

October 27, 2021


The U.S. cyber workforce gap is getting bigger

The Washington Post / Cybersecurity 202

Joseph Marks

October 26, 2021

Announcing the 2021 CyberScoop 50 awards winners



October 18, 2021


Missouri governor accuses newspaper of 'hacking' state website


Benjamin Freed

October 14, 2021

Zero-day hunters seek laws to prevent vendors suing them for helping out and doing their jobs

The Register

Simon Sharwood

October 11, 2021

Apple admits iOS 15 has unpatched iPhone security flaws


Yoni Heisler
September 28, 2021

Apple ‘Still Investigating’ Unpatched and Public iPhone Vulnerabilities


Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai

September 27, 2021

An American Company Fears Its Windows Hacks Helped India Spy On China And Pakistan


Thomas Brewster

September 17, 2021

It's not just you: Emergency software patches are on the rise

NBC News

Kevin Collier

September 14, 2021


'Zero-day' hacks, like the one that forced Apple’s emergency update, are on the rise

Yahoo! News

Kevin Collier

September 14, 2021

Apple's bug bounty program is coming under criticism - here's why


Mayank Sharma

September 10, 2021


Infosec researchers say Apple’s bug-bounty program needs work

Ars Technica

Jim Salter

September 9, 2021

Apple pays hackers six figures to find bugs in its software. Then it sits on their findings.

The Washington Post

Reed Albergotti

September 9, 2021

'Drive It Like You Stole It: When Bug Bounties Went Boom, Part Three 


Dennis Fisher

September 1, 2021

Uprising in the Valley: When Bug Bounties Went Boom, Part Two


Dennis Fisher

August 31, 2021

Lawyers, Bugs, and Money: When Bug Bounties Went Boom


Dennis Fisher

August 30, 2021

As Fortinet spars with Rapid7, what can everyone else learn about disclosure?

SC Media

Joe Uchill

August 18, 2021

Apple says its CSAM scan code can be verified by researchers. Corellium starts throwing out dollar bills

The Register

Thomas Claburn

August 17, 2021

Ministry of Defence makes first ever bounty payments to hackers

Sky News

Alexander Martin

August 3, 2021

A Controversial Tool Calls Out Thousands of Hackable Websites


Andy Greenberg

July 27, 2021

The Cybersecurity 202: Cyber experts give Biden top marks at six months

The Washington Post

Joseph Marks

July 26, 2021

So nice of China to put all of its network zero-day vulns in one giant database no one will think to break into

The Register

Iain Thomson

July 15, 2021

Firm hacked to spread ransomware had previous security flaws

Associated Press

Matt O'Brien

July 13, 2021

AWS launches BugBust contest: Help fix a $100m problem for a $12 tshirt

The Register

Thomas Claburn

June 25, 2021

Cybersecurity Companies Join Forces Against Controversial DMCA 


Eduard Kovacs

June 24, 2021

Katie Moussouris: Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure and the Problem with Bug Bounty Platforms

TechSpective Podcast Episode 067

Tony Bradley

June 21, 2021

Cybersecurity 202: The Biden administration aims big on cybersecurity spending

Washington Post

Joseph Marks

June 1, 2021

NTIA Wants Feedback on Software Transparency Plan


Mariam Baksh

June 1, 2021

House bill would require federal contractors to put in place vulnerability disclosure programs

SC Media

Joe Uchill

June 1, 2021

Security experts break down exactly why you shouldn't share your passwords: 'It's really dangerous'

Yahoo! News

Korin Miller

May 20, 2021

How to 'be vigilant' and protect your digital assets from getting hacked

Yahoo Finance

Alexis Keenan

April 29, 2021

The Cybersecurity 202: Nearly two-thirds of cybersecurity experts think Biden’s response to Russian hack is sufficient

Washington Post

Tonya Riley

April 26, 2021


In Appreciation: Dan Kaminsky

Dark Reading

Kelly Jackson Higgins

April 26, 2021

A Clubhouse Bug Let People Lurk in Rooms Invisibly


Lily Hay Newman

April 21, 2021

University duo thought it would be cool to sneak bad code into Linux as an experiment. Of course, it absolutely backfired

The Register

Thomas Claburn

April 21, 2021

What to Do After a Data Breach

Consumer Reports

Yael Grauer

April 12, 2021

For US cyber defense, helpful hackers are only half the battle

The Hill

Katie Moussouris Op-ed

March 17, 2021

GitHub removes researcher's Exchange Server exploit, sparking industry debate


Sean Lyngaas

March 11, 2021

It’s Open Season for Microsoft Exchange Server Hacks


Lily Hay Newman

March 10, 2021

Casting a wide intrusion net: Dozens of companies, agencies were burned with a single hack

The Dallas Morning News/Associated Press

Frank Bajak

March 8, 2021

The Cybersecurity 202: Here's what cybersecurity experts think Biden should prioritize in his first 100 days

The Washington Post

Tonya Riley

February 1, 2021

Apple warns of "remote attacker" security threat on iPhone and iPad, releases iOS 14.4 update

CBS News

Cassidy McDonald

January 27, 2021

Survey says, women in cyber make 31 percent less than men

SC Magazine

Bradley Barth

January 6, 2021

Cyber leaders back Biden’s DHS pick


Martin Matishak

December 21, 2020

The Cybersecurity 202: Trump took the nation in the wrong direction on cybersecurity, experts say

The Washington Post

Joseph Marks

December 15, 2020

HackerOne, Verizon Media weigh pros and cons of making live hacking contests virtual


Tim Starks

December 14, 2020

U.S. Supreme Court to Weigh Anti-Hacking Law’s Limits on Access

Bloomberg Law

Andrea Vittorio

November 27, 2020

S3 Ep8: A conversation with Katie Moussouris [Podcast]

Naked Security – Sophos

Paul Ducklin

November 25, 2020

Firing of security official draws bipartisan rebuke


Ina Fried

November 18, 2020

Trump Fires Christopher Krebs, Head of CISA

Bank Info Security

Jeremy Kirk

November 17, 2020

How to Make the Most of Your Budding Cybersecurity Career

Government Technology


November 12, 2020


Zoom deceived users about the privacy of their calls, FTC


Jack Morse

November 9, 2020

Apple Fixes iOS Zero Day Flaws Found by Google

Bank Info Security

Jeremy Kirk

November 5, 2020


Did a Security Researcher Really Access Trump’s Twitter Account?

PC Mag

Michael Kan

October 22, 2020


Grindr's Bug Bounty Pledge Doesn't Translate to Security


Lindsey O’Donnell

October 6, 2020


It’s No ‘Giggle’: Managing Expectations for Vulnerability Disclosure


Tara Seals

September 11, 2020

CISA Issues Final Order on Federal Vulnerability Disclosure, But Questions Remain

Dennis Fisher


September 4, 2020


Fb to warn third-party developers of vulnerable code


Zack Whittaker & Sarah Perez

September 3, 2020


Homeland Security demands a 911 for reporting security holes in federal networks: 'Vulns in internet systems cause real-world impacts'

Thomas Claburn

The Register

September 2, 2020

So You Want to Build a Vulnerability Disclosure Program?

Mathew J. Schwartz


August 20, 2020

Microsoft forked out $13.7m in bug bounties. The reward program's architect thinks the money could be better spent

The Register

Shaun Nichols

August 4, 2020