Lauri Love, the British hacker facing up to 99 years in prison if extradited to the US and found guilty of illegally infiltrating US government computer systems, has won his appeal against extradition health grounds.
In a two-pronged charm offensive Kaspersky Lab, and Eugene Kaspersky in particular, held two consecutive events yesterday to bolster the company's position as a reliable and responsible contributor to global cyber-security.
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Is Malwaretech, aka Marcus Hutchins, innocent? The FBI says Hutchins wrote the code for the Kronos banking Trojan. Without seeing all the evidence from both sides, it's impossible to know for sure.
Sarah Gaunt and Lena Ahad discuss a guide to legal and communications best practices ahead of a cyber-crime.
Senakh plead guilty in United States District Court District of Minnesota for conspiracy to violate the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and to commit wire fraud.
Patent reveals firm wants to use billboards to collect people's information
A coalition of privacy organisations are suing the United States and its allies for involvement in a bulk data collection program, which they say violates the European Convention on Human Rights.
Google and Dropbox are the latest US tech giants to register with the Privacy Shield.
As the FBI declares its malware-like software cannot be malware as it is used with non-malicious intent, we ponder the ethics of the good guys using the same tools as the bad guys.
A new phishing scam is targeting internet service providers (ISPs) in the UK, US and Australia claiming to be working on behalf of various rights holders, including HBO.
GCHQ has admitted for the first time that it has hacked computers, smartphones, and networks in the UK and abroad using CNE.
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Security consultant Gianni Gnesa has been threatened with legal action ahead of a speech at the upcoming Hack in the Box conference in Singapore.
Failure to see eye-to-eye over a non-disclosure agreement kept Boeing subsidiary Insitu and Hacking Team from creating a drone/spyware chimera.
Cycling's Team Sky has called in lawyers to investigate the possible theft of performance data for team leader Chris Froome.
Third-party vendor route for hackers grants access to US government, Microsoft and games manufacturers.
The coming Internet of Things explosion is more than your firewall can cope with says Steven Rosen, advising companies to take additional measures to deal with new threats.
Anti-spam organisation Spamhaus welcomes two arrests in the UK and Spain, and now seeks others outside the EU, which commentators believe is unlikely to happen.
But where does this leave anyone whose electronic identity has been stolen as a result of a malware infection?
"This is what should happen when a democracy gets the opportunity to check itself in the mirror and recalibrate" - Tony Kenyon, A10 Networks.
Criminal investigators want changes made to European law so that they can fight international cyber crime faster and more efficiently.
Good Technology has filed two separate patent infringement lawsuits against MobileIron and AirWatch.