The Senate Judiciary Committee will meet next Wednesday to discuss international cybertheft of corporate intellectual property.
Researchers at RSA discovered GlassRAT malware that targets Chinese nationals, business interests and more.
In today's Strategic Defence & Security Review, the Prime Minister detailed how the government will prepare and respond to a range of national security threats.
Dark web version of GitHub offers a place for developers to code controversial projects anonymously.
Network defense of the nation's critical infrastructure is sorely lacking, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a suit last week to obtain a "secret legal document" that might address the government's authority to access data and which has been suppressed by the government since the Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) penned it in 2003.
The EU is looking to crack down on anonymous currency exchanges that could be used by terrorist.
France reportedly saw a sharp increase in attempted cyber attacks in the weeks leading up to the terror attacks in Paris last week.
A technology staffer in the Georgia office of the Secretary of State was fired following the dissemination a month ago of discs containing the personal information of six million Georgia voters.
A hearing was held highlight the efforts that automakers are making to address cybersecurity concerns of connected automobiles.
A lawsuit alleges that the office of Georgia's Secretary of State Brian Kemp released personal identifying information of Georgia voters to 12 organizations.
Researchers at the Microsoft Malware Protection Center have observed a hacking team that they call Strontium aiming zero-day attacks at servers in governments, military forces and diplomatic organizations within members of NATO, journalists and political advisors as well as some governments within Eastern Europe.
Three key agencies pulled out of a scheduled appearance at a Tuesday House Armed Services Committee hearing on government data breaches that exposed a trove of sensitive information.
G-20 nations struck a deal at a two-day summit in Antalya, Turkey.
When it comes to procuring the correct software for an organization Ricardo LaFosse, CISO for Cook County, Ill. made several to the attendees at SC Congress Chicago today.
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.
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.
The FBI and U.S. Secret Service are looking for Joshua Samuel Aaron, one of the four people indicted by U.S. authorities this week for the JPMorgan Chase hack.
AT&T, after initially resisting the Department of Homeland Security's $1 billion firewall program, has signed on to provide cyberprotection to government agencies through DHS's Einstein 3 Accelerated program.
The Tor project alleged that the FBI paid Carnegie Mellon University researchers to attack Tor hidden services last year.
Senator Al Franken re-introduced a stalled bill to ban what he calls "stalking apps" on Wednesday. The proposed legislation seeks to protect survivors of domestic and other victims of abuse, from cyberstalkers.
Facebook will appeal a Belgian court's ruling that the social media giant must cease tracking the online behavior of non-Facebook users or pay fines of €250,000 ($269,000) per day.
Both Donald Trump and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie vowed to retaliate against China if elected president for the country's cyber attacks and intellectual property theft.
The future of warfare where a cyber component is added to the traditional land, air and sea battles can be seen in the Ukraine as it struggles to fend off cyber groups determined to undermine their war against Russian-backed separatists.
A Washington D.C.-based man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to charges that he participated in an identity fraud scheme that netted more than $315,000 in fraudulent federal income tax returns.
OPM will set up a verification center to allow potential victims to see if they were impacted by the breach.
The secure network of the UK parliament has been breached and some of its computers compromised by hackers.
U.S. and Cuban officials met Monday to discuss cybercrime, according to the State Department.
Germany's federal intelligence service, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), spied on the embassies and interior departments of ally countries, and international non-governmental organizations, according to Der Spiegel.
Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorka will meet with senior Chinese officials to discuss cybersecurity agreements.
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