Itay Huri and another suspected Israeli hacker, whose name has not been released, allegedly earned hundreds of thousands of dollars by selling their software to clients around the world.
The Kenyan government has said it has been targeted by an international fraud ring which has stolen $39 million (£31 million) from its coffers using hackers to carry out the theft.
A spear-phishing scammer demanded a sex show from a private citizen after obtaining the victim's email credentials.
A group of cyber mercenaries targeted Baidu's driverless car technology prompting the tech company to beef up security.
The agreement follows a number of high profile cyber-attacks on banking systems around the world, which has brought banking security to the top of the agenda.
A spam campaign that targets recipients with personalised messages is spreading in Germany, similar to a previous scourge there earlier this year and another that spread in the UK in April 2016.
A recent Trend Micro study found 20 percent of IT leaders believe cyber-espionage will be the top threat of 2017.
In a manner that is becoming too familiar, hackers have once again broken into the iCloud accounts of female celebrities.
Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) has released official figures showing that the UK lost £2 million each day during 2016 as a result of financial fraud.
Nine out of 10 fraudulent applications for bank accounts and other financial products made online.
FireEye's annual M-Trends report finds that financial attacks have reached nation-state level of sophistication.
According to Rik Ferguson, VP of security research at Trend Micro, businesses should be paying close attention to how their business operates and ensuring they secure the process, and don't allow anyone to hack it.
While ransomware delivered the greatest impact and growth in 2016, threat actors still attempt data breaches and theft through more traditional methods.
Ciaran Martin, chief executive of the NCSC said cyber-attacks will continue to evolve, which is why the UK public and private sectors must work together "at pace" to reduce the cyber-threat.
The details of thousands of NHS staffers in Wales have been stolen from the servers of a private contractor, Landauer.
Dutch police, in an effort to crack down on violent organised crime, have cracked 3.6 million encrypted emails which will provide according to them crucial evidence for their investigations.
Europol's Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment 2017 (SOCTA) research consisted of more than 2300 questionnaires on crime areas and organised crime groups.
According to Trend Micro, incidents of cyber-crime have more than doubled on the continent, and investigators often experience 'road blocks' when bringing criminals to justice.
Checkpoint researchers spotted a malware, dubbed Skimmer, in the Google Play store which uses a unique and innovative tactics evade detection.
Sixty-one percent of organisations polled in a survey from CyberEdge Group responded that they'd been hit by a ransomware demand, a third of those paid the ransom demand.
A version of the social media mobile app Facebook Lite, most likely available via third-party sites in China, was found infected with malware that can steal personal information, Malwarebytes reported on Monday.
It appears that AlphaBay, the largest dark web marketplace, has paid an extortionist several payments since August 2016 to protect the identity of its founder.
Kate Moss has become the latest celebrity to have her digital files targeted for intimate photos.
The British Retail Consortium releases practical guidance for British retail businesses to ensure they have the appropriate preventative and response measures in place to reduce their vulnerabilities and to protect both themselves and their customers.
More than one million Yahoo and Gmail accounts - including usernames, email addresses and plain text passwords - are reportedly for sale on the dark web
Police raids in China bring down professionally organised criminal operations, which intercepted millions of items of personal data to steal information.
A previously unseen malware is being blamed for an attack on a London hospital that forced the facility to shut down a segment of its systems for a few days as a precautionary measure.
New survey indicates 3 million British businesses were compromised by cyber-attacks last year.
Intel Security, CSIS Survey: Only half of IT staff agree with executives that their cyber-security strategies have been implemented
A phishing scam impersonating iTunes is attempting to trick Canadian Apple users into giving away their personally identifiable information, in order to get a refund on movies they never actually paid for.