More dangerous than a Russian hacker
A study of cybersecurity professionals indicates that their confirmation bias is probably more likely to sink their computer networks than a Russian hacker.
11 hacking related offences
Daniel Kelley, the"cruel and calculating" teen behind the cybercrime screen, has been sentenced to four years in a young offenders institution after pleading guilty to 11 hacking-related offences.
They are our weapons why are we giving them to the Arabs?
US lawmakers are pushing legislation that would force the State Department to report what it is doing to control the spread of US hacking tools around the world.
A judge in Ecuador has jailed a Swedish software developer whom authorities believe is a key member of WikiLeaks and close to Julian Assange.
It was a lemon entry Citrix
Iranian-backed hackers have stolen vast amounts of data from an IT outfit which handles the White House communications agency, the US military, the FBI and many American corporations.
Nothing to see here, no one needs to lose an election
The US Republican Party has admitted that it was hacked during the last election, and while members bayed for blood when the Democrats were hacked, they are surprisingly mellow now it has happened to them.
The Russian Federation has responded to a lawsuit filed by the Democratic National Committee and has requested the overseeing court to throw out the lawsuit.
You do not get what you pay for
It looks like paying big bucks for a top-of-the-range smartphone does not buy you any security.
Vulnerabilities spotted by the accountants
New computerised weapons systems currently under development by the US Department of Defense (DOD) can be easily hacked, according to a report published today.
British government complains
The British government has directly accused Russian military intelligence of being behind a spate of “reckless and indiscriminate cyber-attacks” including the hacking in 2016 of the US Democratic National Committee headquarters.