A former NSA employee pleaded guilty to taking classified national defence information that was later stolen by Russian spies.
Kaspersky Lab has released findings from its own internal probe into how Russian cyber spies identified and stole U.S. hacking tools from an NSA contractor's laptop - found evidence that the laptop had been infected with malware.
BadRabbit evidence is multiplying, like well rabbits, with the latest revelation being the malware used another stolen NSA tool to help it move laterally through networks.
After the consumer version of Kaspersky Lab's antivirus software picked up the source code for surveillance tools used by the Equation Group, the NSA''s elite hacking arm, the file was immediately deleted, according to Kaspersky.
Home computer of National Security Agency (NSA) worker contained classified data, detected by Russian hackers using Kaspersky AV software.
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A yet-indeterminate ransomware strain has infected systems all over the world with particular enthusiasm for Ukrainian targets.
A National Security Agency contractor named Reality Winner has been accused of leaking classified information about possible Russian interference in the US election to a news organisation.
With the lethality of WannaCry being blamed on the NSA's EternalBlue exploit, we asked the cyber-security industry about the wisdom of allowing intelligence agencies to stockpile zero days.
Turns out that WannaCry's creators were not the first to the table when it comes to exploiting the leaked NSA hacking tools EternalBlue and DoublePulsar.
Ten years ago, a bored cyber-security expert named Andy Cuff set up a website on his kitchen table in Bath. Today, that website has become the go-to place for all the world's biggest security agencies.
Oliver Stone's latest foray into political pseudo-documentary filmmaking presents a one-sided account of a formative moment in history.
MalwareMustDie, the white-hat security research group, has closed its blog in protest of alleged American espionage against friendly countries.
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The NSA's latest alleged leaker apparently had a variety of issues, including alcohol abuse and criminal charges, which did not cast doubt on his security clearance.
The hacking group named The Shadow Brokers has released more NSA-related files, these are said to show IP addresses linked to the Equation Group, a hacking group believed to be an NSA contractor.
Chris Inglis, former deputy director at the NSA, says the organisation had not been prepared for an insider threat of the magnitude of Edward Snowden and rejected calls for him to be pardoned.
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An ex NSA spook has shown how to tap into a Mac's webcam without the user even knowing
Harold T. Martin III, 51, who worked for Booz Allen Hamilton, was arrested after an FBI search of his home and car uncovered an abundance of highly classified documents, which Martin was not authorized to have
The Shadow Brokers Saturday posted a rant to voice their discontent over the lack of bids for the stolen goods.
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.
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The Shadow Brokers' dump of NSA-linked hacking tools are now being used against Cisco customers
The National Security Agency has handed over responsibility for operating and promoting its CIRA accreditation programme to CREST, best known in the UK for its accreditation schemes with GCHQ, CESG and the Bank of England.
France's former head of external intelligence service discussed a French cyber campaign that targeted Iran, Canada, Spain, Greece, Norway and other nations.
Cisco issues patch for Extrabacon vulnerability but thousands of routers at risk from exploit allegedly created by the NSA's Equation Group.
Protecting data is a significant task faced by security managers every day. Paul German discusses creating cyber-security strategies for government agencies.
Juniper confirms exploits leaked by the Shadow Brokers group appear to affect its firewalls, but has not yet patched the vulnerabilities.