Researchers at the Microsoft Malware Protection Center have observed a hacking team that they call Strontium aiming zero-day attacks at servers in within members of NATO and some governments within Eastern Europe.
G-20 nations struck a deal at a two-day summit in Antalya, Turkey.
The Tor project alleged that the FBI paid Carnegie Mellon University researchers to attack Tor hidden services last year.
In a ruling that could reshape future FTC enforcement authority, an administrative law judge has ruled in favor of LabMD bringing to an end a protracted battle between.
In a speech delivered at the UK's centre of all things cyber-security, GCHQ, the chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne outlined a comprehensive plan for securing the online nation.
An attack campaign described as having plenty of potential has collected extensive information from the internet and compromised selected websites.
A 51-year-old British man is headed to prison after being found guilty of DDoS attacks that knocked more than 300 websites offline in 2013.
Facebook says that government requests for data and insistence to take down content grew in the first half of 2015.
Germany's federal intelligence service, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), spied on the embassies and interior departments of ally countries, and international non-governmental organisations, according to Der Spiegel.
Cyber Caliphate hacked and leaked account credentials for more than 54,000 Twitter as well as personal details on US officials.
The Tinba 2.0 banking Trojan has been spotted targeting Russian financial institutions, possibly in response to the on-going armed-conflict between that country and the Ukraine.
Following the high-profile hacking of key agencies, the US government initiated a cyber-security "sprint" which has resulted in the release in the past week of two memorandums to boost resiliency.
The SC Congress NY conference took place yesterday, 20 October.
Norman Shaw looks at the latest data breaches, their causes, what the Safe Harbour ruling could mean for data protection and what you should be doing now to protect your company and yourself.
A public protest has been issued against a controversial US cyber-security bill by some of the world's tech giants.
Lauri Love, a UK graduate student is extradition to the U.S. for hacking government computer systems
Thai government websites went offline on Wednesday - either in a politically motivated DDoS attack or due to poorly designed websites falling over in response to an astonishing increase in visitors.
After mass public rebuke, a proposed law that requires users to hand over their encryption data is being rewritten
A cyber-warfare peace deal between the US and China, however vaguely worded, is still expected to be agreed between President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the latter's visit to the US.
Although US officials met with a Chinese government envoy this past weekend, it remains unclear whether the two countries made any lasting deal for cyber actions between them.
Apple told the Justice Department that iMessage encryption made it impossible to comply with a court order to turn over real time text messages between two suspects in a drug investigation this summer.
The ex-fugitive and McAfee Security founder confirmed that he'll be running in the 2016 US presidential election.
Recent cyber-attacks have left US officials mulling economic sanctions as retaliation against Russia and China.
A Virginia teenager was sentenced to 136 months in prison and will have his internet activity monitored for the rest of his life for conspiring with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
The Diplomatic Council is calling for more transparency regarding government surveillance across the world.
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