Trend Micro researchers said Fancy Bear, also known as Pawn Storm, targeted several elections including the Emmanuel Macron presidential campaign in France.
Investigators from seven Southeast Asian nations collaborated on a joint Interpol operation that identified approximately 8,800 C2 servers in eight countries and nearly 270 compromised websites, including government portals.
The UK's data protection watchdog has noted a great deal of confusion around the concept of 'Consent' drawn out in landmark European regulation set to hit Britain's shores next year.
On Thursday, Microsoft released its latest batch of semi-annual transparency reports, which revealed that global law enforcement legal requests for Microsoft user data decreased by more than 17 percent from 2015 to 2016, while U.S. FISA orders seeking content from the tech company jumped significantly in the first six months of 2016.
Multiple intelligence agencies in the West shared information on interactions between members of Trump's team and Russian operatives.
In contrast to earlier remarks by Donald Trump's, CIA Director Mike Pompeo Thursday called WikiLeaks, a "hostile intelligence agency" with ties to Russia.
A parliamentary committee has proposed a monitoring unit in order to ward off the threat of foreign powers trying to influence UK election.
In a recent poll of more than 1,200 Americans, 92 percent agreed that Internet providers should not be allowed to monitor their activity online and sell that data to third parties without consent -- a strong indictment of Senate Joint Resolution 34, which lifted FCC restrictions that would have prevented ISPs from engaging in this practice.
A bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate that would fund the expansion of the National Computer Forensics Institute (NCFI) to include training local law enforcement in cybersecurity practices.
The Twitter suit says revealing personal details about user @ALT_uscis, which has been highly critical of the president, flies in the face of the First Amendment.
A Chinese APT is accused of compromising the website of the National Foreign Trade Council in an attempt to spy on the trade association's members.
Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert's role was reduced while National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster gained a more prominent role in guiding the group's agenda.
Kaspersky Lab researchers uncovered new information about one of the world's first cyberespionage groups
No More Ransom, conceived as a European resource, is adding new partners and new decryption tools in a boost to its now global anti-ransomware campaign.
In addition to intelligence that prompted the U.S. to ban laptops and other devices in passenger cabins of certain airlines to thwart terrorists attempting to bring explosives on board, officials worried that bad actors might also attempt cyberattacks on airports and nuclear facilities.
Flynn's lawyer said he would testify if the circumstances were right
Encryption will face a make it or break it moment in June when the European Commission lays out new options for forcing internet companies to hand over the keys.
Searches of electronic devices have shot up in the first months of 2017 and privacy advocates are wondering why.
Activists outraged over Congress passing a resolution that struck down new FCC rules defending the private data of telecom and ISP customers have pledged to purchase federal lawmakers' browser histories so they can publish them.
The repeal of Obama-era data protection regulations means that internet service providers in the US will be allowed to sell a great variety of personal data. What are the implications for European data?
In a conference call yesterday, a panel representing telecom and broadband service providers threw its support behind a resolution to roll back Federal Communications Commission rules designed to protect consumer data collected by telecom and ISP companies.
The competition is organised by the National Cyber Security Centre which is looking to encourage more women into the sector, who currently make up only seven percent of its workforce.
Protecting federal networks requires "more than performing a routine check-up," House Homeland Security Committee Cybersecurity Subcommittee Chairman Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, said Tuesday.